Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Petropavlosk--USSR--Soviet-military-officer-signing-a-petition-outside--the-Oblas--regional-council--building-calling-for-the-Greenpeace-ship--RAINBOW-WARRIOR-to-be-allowed-entry-into-the-closed-milit-27MZIFZT3_6.htmlConceptually similarPetropavlosk USSR, which has one of the largest Soviet nuclear naval bases in the far East. The Greenpeace ship RAINBOW WARRIOR was denied entrance to the closed port. Local people protested outsidGP01BDVCompleted★★★★RAINBOW WARRIOR at the 12 mile limit off Petropavlosk, a closed military port in the USSR and one of the largest Soviet nuclear naval bases in the far East.GP0DMGCompleted★★★★RAINBOW WARRIOR at the 12 mile limit off Petropavlosk, a closed military port in the USSR and one of the largest Soviet nuclear naval bases in the far East.GP01CURCompleted★★★★'70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE KGB' shadowing RAINBOW WARRIOR at the 12 mile limit off Petropavlosk, a closed military port in the USSR.GP02H1Completed★★★★RAINBOW WARRIOR leaving Hakodate, Japan, en route to Petropavlosk on the east coast of USSR.GP0S1FCompleted★★★★Military Boat shadowing RAINBOW WARRIORGP06OPCompleted★★★★Military Boat shadowing RAINBOW WARRIORGP0FNFCompleted★★★★Nomads in Siberian WinterGP0STRPYRCompleted★★★Open Day on Rainbow Warrior in VladivostokGP074QCompleted★★★★View AllGP0B0PPetropavlosk, USSR. Soviet military officer signing a petition outside the Oblas (regional council) building calling for the Greenpeace ship RAINBOW WARRIOR to be allowed entry into the closed militPetropavlosk, USSR. Soviet military officer signing a petition outside the Oblas (regional council) building calling for the Greenpeace ship RAINBOW WARRIOR to be allowed entry into the closed military port of Petropavlosk. No foreign ship had been allowed entry to the port for more than 40 years. More than 1000 signatures a day were collected for the petition.Locations:Arkhangelsk Oblast-Eastern Europe-RussiaDate:1 Jun, 1991Credit:© Greenpeace / John SprangeMaximum size:4535px X 3035pxKeywords:Military-MY Rainbow Warrior II-Nuclear (campaign title)-PetitionsShoot:USSR JUNE 91Shots include: the Rainbow Warrior off the coast of Amchitka island, site of US nuclear testing in 1960s & 1970s;visits to Petropavlosk, Murmansk, Archangel; attempts to get Rainbow Warrior a permit to enter the port; night shots of Avachinskaya Bay; general shots of harbour; Greenpeace interview on Soviet television; Election day; Avachinska Bay; Rainbow Warrior off the Kuril Islands; crew shots; Museum of native houses;Victor Tolchaev (on Nov Zem trip); Greenpeace campaigners; protest about the Rainbow Warrior being denied entry; petition; statue of Karl Marx; Petropavlovsk; Nuclear waste dump near Murmansk; Captain's protest about pension; street scenes; Nuclear icebreaker; Atomflot nuclear waste; Head of Atomflot; Nuclear waste and refuelling ships; Josh Handler; Lenin statue; Rainbow Warrior leaving Hakodate; Sergei Solovjev, president of the Kamchatka Green Association; 70th anniversary of the KGB shadowing the Rainbow Warrior; LOTTA, nuclear refuelling ship in Murmansk harbour; plans of inside of IMMANDRA; John Large; Alexander Kiss; Tatiana Dubovaya; SOVIET UNION icebreaker; visit to nuclear waste dump facility 10km from Murmansk.