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1982: Cold War and Popular Peace Movement

Chapter 1, excerpt 1.2. The novel Tellus 89 was written in the early 1980s with the Cold War, the peace movement and the broad popular protests against nuclear weapons as a backdrop.

1981 protest in Bonn against the nuclear arms race between NATO and the Soviet Union. Photo by Rob Bogaerts / Anefo

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