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Karl Frederick Dallas (29 January 1931 21 June 2016) was a British journalist, musician, author, playwright, peace campaigner, record producer, and broadcaster. He was described as "the most vigorous, influential, and informed folk music journalist in Britain". He wrote several other plays, including a seven-hour play on the life of Stalin
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Into the War
Into the War
While millions of people joined the anti-war protests to make our concerns known, a small number of people went one stage further - they became what were popularly known as 'human shields'. Based on the genuine experiences of real international peace-seekers, astute journalist and playwright Karl Dallas, presents us with a unique insight of what it was like to visit a faraway land in the name of global peace.
Hebden Bridge Trades Club, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 8EE
17 Aug 2005
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