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Peace symbol Bracelet B-56, Vintage style bracelet, Glowing bracelet

Peace symbol Bracelet B-56, Vintage style bracelet, Glowing bracelet

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This cute little bracelet is handmade with acrylic peace symbols and matching miracle beads ( they gently glow ) in red, orange, purple, yellow, brown and sky blue on elastic for your convenience

The peace sign began as a logo for the campaign for nuclear disarmament (CND) in the 50's according to the (CND), it was designed in 1958 by an English professional artist/designer named Gerald Bolton, who incorporated the hand held flag symbols (semaphores) for N and D into his logo.

The N standing for "Nuclear"and the D for "disarmament". In semaphore, the letter N is formed by a person holding two flags in an upside down V, and the letter D is formed by holding one flag pointed straight up and the other pointed straight down. By superimposing the flag orientation of these two letters, the bars of the peace sign were derived.

Holtom described the use of the downward V to represent the despair that he felt due to nuclear proliferation. The symptoms was brought to the U.S. by Bayard Rustin, a civil rights protestor, who had participated in the Aldermaston march.

The sign was used later that year by Albert Bigelow who sailed his boat near a scheduled U.S. nuclear test site displaying the CND banner. It was later used on civil rights marches and appeared at anti-Vietnam war demonstrations.
This cute little bracelet is handmade with acrylic peace symbols and matching miracle beads ( they gently glow ) in red, orange, purple, yellow, brown and sky blue on elastic for your convenience

The peace sign began as a logo for the campaign for nuclear disarmament (CND) in the 50's according to the (CND), it was designed in 1958 by an English professional artist/designer named Gerald Bolton, who incorporated the hand held flag symbols (semaphores) for N and D into his logo.

The N standing for "Nuclear"and the D for "disarmament". In semaphore, the letter N is formed by a person holding two flags in an upside down V, and the letter D is formed by holding one flag pointed straight up and the other pointed straight down. By superimposing the flag orientation of these two letters, the bars of the peace sign were derived.

Holtom described the use of the downward V to represent the despair that he felt due to nuclear proliferation. The symptoms was brought to the U.S. by Bayard Rustin, a civil rights protestor, who had participated in the Aldermaston march.

The sign was used later that year by Albert Bigelow who sailed his boat near a scheduled U.S. nuclear test site displaying the CND banner. It was later used on civil rights marches and appeared at anti-Vietnam war demonstrations.

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