Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. 14th Feb, 2016. The "Stop Trident" campaign held rallies across Scotland including Edinburgh and Glasgow, to highlight the number of people who died as a result of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during WW2 and to make people aware of the bigger demonstartion in London on 27 February. To represent the bomb victims, 140,000 origami red cranes will be distributes as a symbol of remembrance and peace. Credit: Findlay/Alamy Live News

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Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. 14th Feb, 2016. The "Stop Trident" campaign held rallies across Scotland including Edinburgh and Glasgow, to highlight the number of people who died as a result of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during WW2 and to make people aware of the bigger demonstartion in London on 27 February. To represent the bomb victims, 140,000 origami red cranes will be distributes as a symbol of remembrance and peace. Credit: Findlay/Alamy Live News
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Maureen Johnston from Ormiston, near Edinburgh is a self confessed pacifist and is taking part in the "Stop the War" campaign in Princes Street, Edinburgh
Location: Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

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