The International Vietnam Congress on February 17–18, 1968 was a key event in the formation of the student-led opposition to the Vietnam War in West Germany. Co-organized by the Socialist German Student League (SDS) under the leadership of Rudi Dutschke and Karl-Dietrich Wolff, the congress drew thousands of participants, including many international attendees such as the black activist Angela Davis. The congress concluded with a solidarity proclamation with the Vietnamese National Liberation Front and a large demonstration in the streets of West Berlin. The poster states: “The struggle for the Vietnamese Revolution is part of the struggle of all people against repression and exploitation.”

Poster: International Vietnam Congress (February 17–18, 1968)


Source: Poster for the International Vietnam Congress in Berlin. Available online at: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internationaler_Vietnamkongress

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