KEN2000050302 - 3 MAY 2000 - KENT, OHIO, USA: Ohio National Guardsmen watch from a distance as students gather in the commons late in the morning of May 4, 1970 to protest the war in Vietnam. cc/Photo courtesy of Kent State University Archives HO UPI
KEN2000050301 - 3 MAY 2000 - KENT, OHIO, USA: The Ohio National Guard fire tear gas to disperse the crowd of students gathered on the commons, May 4, 1970 to protest the war in Vietnam. cc/Photo courtesy of Kent State University Archives HO UPI
KEN2000050303 - 3 MAY 2000 - KENT, OHIO, USA: Students dive to the ground as the Guard fires on faculty and students, May 4, 1970 to protest the war in Vietnam. cc/Photo courtesy of Kent State University Archives HO UPI
Tay Ninh, South Vietnam: a G.I. from the 25th Infantry Division helps a captured Viet Cong through the barbed wire near Tay Ninh Air base. The prisoner was one of some 40 Viet Cong, who attempted to get inot the air base to blow up helicopters early March 31st, 1970. (UPI Photo)
Mrs. Rose Kennedy is applauded by her granddaughter Kathleen Kennedy (R), daughter of the late Sen. Robert Kennedy as the mother of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy spoke at the Christian Formation Center on October 4, 1970 in Andover, MA. Mrs. Kennedy has been campaigning on behalf of her son?s reelection campaign recently. (UPI Photo/Files)
On December 7, 1970 in Warsaw, Willy Brandt kneels before the Memorial to Jewish Insurgents killed by the Nazis in the Warsaw ghetto uprising. It was a spontaneous gesture that moved the Poles and many of Brandt’s fellow countrymen. (UPI Photo/Files)
Queen Elizabeth (L), the Queen Mother, comes to the gate of her London residence, Clarence House, on August 4, 1970, to acknowledge greetings of the crowds at the gate. The Queen Mother turned 70 years old. (UPI Photo/Files)
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