The Peace Symbol is a symbol that represents peace and harmony. The modern peace signal comes from the campaign for nuclear disarmament, and has become popular and widely recognized worldwide since then. It is about this time that the V-sign began to spread widely with the fingers.
During the Second World War, a number of photographs were made with the fingers of the V. sign, although this is not representative of peace, but of victory. It was only in 1957 that he began to use the V-sign to represent peace. The peace signal was designed in 1958.
The campaign for nuclear disarmament had many advances, but one thing has always been constant: support. In 1959, 60,000 people were shot in London who were protesting against nuclear weapons and demanding dismantling. In 1961 and 1962, 150,000 people died in London. It is about this time that the Peace Symbol and the related slogan "The Bomb Bombing" began to spread throughout the world.
In the 1980s, the campaign for nuclear disarmament showed an increase in membership from 4,000 to 100,000. This wave emerged as a result of the Cold War, and there were growing tensions both in the US and the Soviets who were actively prepared for nuclear war. The permanent membership from the 1960s to the 1980s has continued to be popular and is still one of the best-known symbols.
The modern use of the Peace Symbol and the Sun sign is still typically used by protesters during parade and protest. A popular sign of peace and harmony is that we will unilaterally see that the peace symbol fades in the spotlight.