"Boks Go Home" Signs and flags were shown around the streets, trying to shame the Bok's for Practicing apartheid.

"Boks Go Home" Signs and flags were shown around the streets, trying to shame the Bok's for Practicing apartheid.

A lone protester faces a line of police.

1981 New Zealand Riot Police during the Springbok Tour

The protesters that stormed the Hamilton field erected a Christian cross, but the rugby fans took it down in anger.

The protesters that stormed the Hamilton field erected a Christian cross, but the rugby fans took it down in anger.

The All Blacks tend to one of their own players who had been hit by a flour bomb at Eden Park.

The All Blacks tend to one of their own players who had been hit by a flour bomb at Eden Park.

"Unite Against racism" can be seen on a protesters sign/shield, at this point in the tour, protesters had to protect them selves against police and rugby supporters.

"Unite Against racism" can be seen on a protesters sign/shield, at this point in the tour, protesters had to protect them selves against police and rugby supporters.

The cartoonist who created Footrot Flats Murray Ball did a cartoon about the Minister of Police and his "support of Apartheid in Africa".

The cartoonist who created Footrot Flats Murray Ball did a cartoon about the Minister of Police and his "support of Apartheid in Africa".

At Eden Park a man name Marx Jones flew over Eden Park in Auckland during the final game and dropped flour bombs from his plane.

Two Minutes Sport: 1981 Springboks Tour of New Zealand

A comic by Nevile, this comic portrays a politician threatening to release an"early election" upon the protesters if they do not stop.

A comic by Nevile, this comic portrays a politician threatening to release an"early election" upon the protesters if they do not stop.


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