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Participants of the Soviet-American walk for peace
(Участники советско-американского похода за мир.)

Participants of the Soviet-American walk for peace
(Участники советско-американского похода за мир.)

Participants of the Soviet-American walk for peace
(Участники советско-американского похода за мир.)

Children on the Walk were the actors in a play about Sadako, a Japanese girl suffering from the consequences of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War 2. An American Indian flute player from Taos, New Mexico, set the tune for…

Music was an important part of the Peace Walk, providing an alternative pathway for the walkers and their hosts to unite around a common activity and get to know each other. One banned that formed, called Collective Vision, included a number of…

Photographers and walkers gather around the monument ensemble at the Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery.

Walk participants make a symbolic visit to the Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery in Leningrad to pay their respects to the victims of the Nazi siege of the city during World War 2. Hundreds of thousands of people died in the city (mostly of cold and…

Walkers hold slogans that clearly articulate their position and the central message of the Peace Walk.

Organizers of the American Soviet Walk speaking at a Walk gathering and press event.

After stepping off the plane, participants in the American Soviet Walk unfold a sign: