One of the most endurable peace anthems from the counter-culture movement of the 1960s, “Give peace a chance” is a plea to humanity’s better nature.
In 1969, the expression was popularized in song by Beatle’s singer John Lennon during his Bed-In for peace in Montreal. The slogan was rapidly adopted by the anti-war movement as well as by peace proponents around the world.
Wear this pin and get an instant trip back to the days of Free Love and Flower Power. It makes a great spoof item – wear it on your uniform and just watch how fast your CO’s blood pressure rises.
Minted in brass alloy, the pin is imbued with powder blue enamel, and features the words “Give peace a chance” above the image of two hopeful flowers.
This item measures 7/8 inch (22mm) in diameter.
This is a surplus NWTM item.