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1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Police monitors and antiwar demonstrators in downtown Tokyo protest

Tokyo (Japan) - Policemen on foot and atop military truck monitor anti-Vietnam War protesters in downtown Tokyo. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Tightly confined and closely monitored antiwar demonstrators in downtown Tokyo

Tokyo (Japan) - Group of anti-Vietnam War protesters, some with signs, crowded into a small space by the road, next to policemen monitoring the demonstration from atop a military truck. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Antiwar demonstrator being arrested, downtown Tokyo

Tokyo (Japan) - Group of policemen surrounding and arresting protester from anti-Vietnam War protest, as others look on. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Demonstrators at antiwar demonstration in downtown Tokyo

Tokyo (Japan) - Group of protesters, photographed from behind, in an anti-Vietnam War demonstration, downtown Tokyo. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Youthful antiwar demonstrators with signs

Tokyo (Japan) - Staged group photograph of six anti-Vietnam War protesters and their signs. The sign in English reads, "We are not your friends if you go on bombing." The group pictured here befriended Mark Sommer, and spent the evening with him discussing U.S. and Japanese politics. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Demonstrators and supporters in downtown Tokyo antiwar demonstration

Tokyo (Japan) - Group of protesters, mostly male, some woth flags and banners, some with hard hat helmets, marching through the street as others look on. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Protest sign depicting President Johnson dangling puppet Japanese prime minister and dropping bombs on Vietnam

Tokyo (Japan) - Protest sign leaning up against gate, with airhorns around it. Sign depicts President Johnson dangling puppet Japanese prime minister and dropping bombs of "peace" and "freedom" on Vietnam. From an anti-Vietnam War protest. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Protesters in anti-Vietnam War protest with protest flag

Tokyo (Japan) - Anti-Vietnam War protesters gathering, with large white flag referring to the American justification for the Vietnam War as combatting the "specter of communism." From antiwar demonstration in downtown Tokyo. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Police surveying street demonstrators in downtown Tokyo antiwar protest

Tokyo (Japan) - Policemen riding on platform atop military truck, to monitor anti-Vietnam War protest in downtown Tokyo. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers

1968 May

Sommer, Mark

Police and plainclothesmen surrounding antiwar protesters in downtown Tokyo demonstration

Tokyo (Japan) - Police and plainclothesmen surrounding antiwar protesters in downtown Tokyo demonstration. Protester in center has sign and button. From a series of photographs in Tokyo, Japan.

Mark Sommer Papers