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Jane Rose Kasmir places a flower on the bayonets of the guard at the Pentagon during the protests about the war in Vietnam in October 1967, a move which became the symbol of the Peace movement.

(via Collector: The 40 most shocking PHOTO 20th century [WORTH] | tsantiri)

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