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Eric AustenGea J. says
Sep 24, 2010 3:39 AM
thankyou for all of the comments. it is quite a humbling experience to have actually lived throughand been part of the creation of what has become such a major symbol of peace.
my father, Eric Austen,was one of the original founder members
of the committee of 100, and becuase he happened to have been to art school with his friend Gerald Holtom,also from Norfolk, it was a natural thing when the original campaign for nuclear disarmement started to make a symbol,especially as they were planning the first Aldermaston march,and needed banners to represent the whole movement. I remember sitting with my father at a wooden kitchen table ,and he had sheets of paper with designs..he asked me which ones liked,becuase my father made pottery as well as being a primary school teacher,
he decided to hand make small badges from ceramic,in his favourite combination,
blackand white,and glue a small pin on the back,so people could wear them,1958,was still very much pre te
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