Lloyd Anderson was Radio Operator aboard the Rainbow Warrior in 1985.
View of the destroyed no. 4 reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power station. Following the explosion the fire and radiation leaks was not brought under control till 9 days after the accident.
The Northern lights in January.
Radio Operator Lloyd Anderson at a pipe-blocking action in 1986.
Dead whale at whaling station, Iceland.
Banner on the Statue of Liberty in New York commemorating 40th anniversary of Hiroshima bombing.
Damage from the bomb set over the propellor shaft of the Rainbow Warrior by French Agents.
Two magnetic limpett mines sunk the ship: one on the hull and one on the propellor shaft.
Rainbow Warrior, sunk by two underwater mines placed by agents of the French Government in Marsden Wharf, New Zealand.
Crewmembers of the Rainbow Warrior in happier days before the bombing of their ship. Left to right: photographer Fernando Pereira, campaigner Hans Guyt and mate Martini Gotje.
Grace O'Sullivan, deckhand on the Rainbow Warrior, 1985.
Lloyd Anderson, Radio Operator aboard the Rainbow Warrior, 1985.
Campaigner Steve Sawyer, from a Fernando Pereira series featuring the crew of the Rainbow Warrior, 1985
The Rainbow Warrior is in Auckland Harbour after the bombing by French secret service agents. The Rainbow Warrior hoped to lead a flotilla of ships from New Zealand to Moruroa to peacefully protest against French nuclear testing. French agents...
Greenpeace assisted in the evacuation of Rongelap in the Pacific in 1985 -- the island had been contaminated by fallout from atmospheric nuclear weapons tests.
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