TIME 1969 WOODSTOCK, THE MOON AND MANSON


TIME 1969 WOODSTOCK, THE MOON AND MANSON

TIME MAGAZINE     Book Number: 89958    Product format: Hardback

A TIME magazine 40th anniversary special picture book which is a richly illustrated chronicle of a remarkable and historic year. The year's most memorable photographs include images of the war in Vietnam, the new President Nixon who vows to change America, the Prince of Wales is invested. There is a round up of tensions and transitions in world events, famous faces like Charles de Gaulle and Henry Kissinger, the Beatles have a sweet and sour year, Concorde and Boeing 747 are airborne, there are protests in New York, Stonewall and the dawn of gay pride, sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, Apollo 11's triumphant lunar mission, the Manson Family's reign of terror, Woodstock in fact and fantasy in superb images of happy hippies self-policing the massive music festival with stars like Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin on stage, music from Motown to Memphis, the mighty Camille storm batters Mississippi, sports highlights of the year, a round up of US TV, the Chicago riots of 68 are still burning, the awful massacre at My Lai where up to 500 old men, women and children (and not one male Vietcong soldier) were murdered, two massive anti-war protests rouse Americans and at Altamont, dreams become nightmares. 122 very large pages, quality photos and brilliant short write ups, half and half colour and black and white.
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ISBN 9781603200653
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