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Cold War Pastoral: Greenham Common

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Cold War Pastoral: Greenham Common (Paperback)
by Ed Cooper, Mark Durden, Liz Wells, Sarah Hipperson, John Kippin (Photographer)

# Paperback: 129 pages
# Publisher: Black Dog Publishing (13 Nov 2001)
# Language English
# ISBN: 190103397X

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Photographer, John Kippin documented the changing landscape of Greenham Common, notorious during the Cold War and the scene of a unique peace protest throughout the 1980s and 90s. This project marks the change of use of the site, with essays examining the history and events of the Common.
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