An American protester holds a sign with "Hitler is alive and well and lives in the White House" written on it in front of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel where President Richard Nixon is attending a National Football Foundation Dinner. President Nixon had promised an early end to the Vietnam war but in his speech on November 3 in 1969 he announced his plan of "Vietnamization" and continuation of the war and many protesters took to the streets later in the month to express their dissatisfaction.
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