Alternative Name(s): Button
'When you've seen one nuclear war you've seen them' is a famous slogan of the anti-nuclear campaign in the eighties. The Biteback Dictionary of Humorous Political Quotations credits the phrase as having come from a t-shirt in London in 1986. This just shows how wide-spread the saying was, and how it emerged from the heart of activism as a phrase belonging to no-one in particular. This particular badge was made buy the SWP, or the Socialist Worker's Party, a British organisation founded in 1950 that existed under various names throughout its activity. They put on various anti-nuclear campaigns as well, especially during the 1980s.
Medium size badge with blue background. Yellow printed text u. and white printed text l. Yellow mushroom cloud u. Pin on back.
Donation from Nic Maclellan, 23 Feb 1987
Printed text yellow; Nuclear/ War. Printed text white; Seen one, You've seen/ them all.
Type of item
3.1 cm (Height)