Demonstration against the visit of Portuguese Prime Minister Marcelo Caetano to London to mark the 600th anniversary of the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance

Demonstration against the visit of Portuguese Prime Minister Marcelo Caetano to London to mark the 600th anniversary of the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance

Click image to enlarge
London, United Kingdom
July 15, 1973
VICTORY TO PEOPLE'S WAR, FASCISM MEANS: MASSACRE
On July 15, 1973, The Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM) joined with the Committee for Freedom in Mozambique, Angola and Guinea-Bissau and other groups to protest the visit to London by Portuguese Prime Minister and dictator Marcelo Caetano. More than 12,000 demonstrators marched through central London calling for an end to the “unholy alliance” of Portugal, South Africa, and Britain in Southern Africa. They included trade unionists and a delegation from the Black People's Freedom Movement. This image was provided by the AAM Archives Committee.
Used by permission of the Anti-Apartheid Movement Archives Committee.
Collection: Anti-Apartheid Movement Archives, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies at Rhodes House, Oxford University, Oxford, UK