A procession of nearly 2,000 people marched through the main streets of Glasgow, May 7, carrying anti H-bomb banners and slogans in a mass gesture of protest against nuclear weapons.
TOP V Parade of marchers through Sauchiehall streets.
STV Dittto with banner 'Edinburgh Council for Nuclear disarmament'.
SV Of marchers.
STV Ditto with banners..'Ban the Bomb' etc.,
SV Marchers pass with various banners.
SV Woman marcher pushed baby in pram.
TOP V..Marchers and banner 'Scottish Peace Committee'.
SV Marchers and banner, pan to young boy marching.
SV 'Edinburgh University' banner and marchers
SV Woman marcher pushes baby in pram.
SCU PAN..Young boy carrying placard 'Stop Tests Now'.
GV Marchers seated in park.
SV William Taylor addresses marchers.
LV Marchers listen.
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Background: A procession of nearly 2,000 people marched through the main streets of Glasgow, May 7, carrying anti H-bomb banners and slogans in a mass gesture of protest against nuclear weapons. Police struggled to clear a way through the traffic for the demonstrators, as, headed by 5 members of Parliament and twelve Glasgow City councillors, they marched up the centre of Glasgow's busy Saucheiehall Street.
Many slogans warned against the dangers of drinking milk and some proclaimed: "You've never had it so radio-actively good." After the parade, the Rev. Clifford Macquire of the Trinity Congregational church told his audience that: "Peace must be given legs - we win or we die, that is the object of this afternoon's exercise".