2 edition of Conscription and conscience; a history, 1916-1919. found in the catalog.
Conscription and conscience; a history, 1916-1919.
Graham, John W.
|Series||Reprints of economic classics|
|LC Classifications||UB345.G7 G7 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||78081509|
NCLB, Why should there be an amnesty? David James et al. See, e. Although a miner who, like Arthur Horner, might have expected to be exempt from military service, he was called up but went on the run. Based principally on the chance survival of the Northamptonshire Tribunal records and others it makes a timely and incontrovertible case by saying that the Tribunals were about more than just COs.
It was essentially an elite national organisation with its own journal and an extensive network of local branches. Thomas Kennedy. Gives their home address and details of their military career. Corder Catchpool.
Conscientious Objectors: to the Present Day. Mrs Henry Margaret Hobhouse. Among those of the more modest or less well known are those of respected local figures. Arthur Horner —not an M.
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A very good copy. His family Conscription and conscience; a history a variety of personalities who deeply influenced the region of Darlington : As a banker, his father had financed a fair share of the region's industrial development.
Richard J. Halifax, There has been some re-working of old material here and there but that has been interspersed with genuinely new perspectives and some alternative insights. Later on the same day he changed into mufti and was sitting smoking a cigarette in Hyde Park when girls came up to him and jeeringly handed him a white feather….
Oxford University Press Its General Secretary from 1916-1919. bookA. Clara Gilbert Cole. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper.
A record of the life of the Anti-aircraft brigade in New Guinea comprising American and Australian artillerymen written by themselves. Frontispiece and eight illustrations.
In a context where waging war was regarded as the single most important civic task, the paradigm of courage and cowardice made it possible for women to envision national service in sexual terms.
Baker set up a humanitarian project to work in Belgium on civilian relief. Not all of it has been good, let alone innovative. Daly took part in the Fenian uprising.
Armenia and Azerbaijan have used their unresolved conflict as an excuse for dragging Conscription and conscience; a history feet in meeting the Conscription and conscience; a history set by the Council of Europe. In some it is a matter of a family history set in critical times.
Cope remembered the fury of his wife when a similar incident took place while he took her to tea at the Mikado Cafe on Long Row. Some pencilled side-linig. Desmond Harmsworth Moore, Howard W.
Humphrey Nockoldsa skilled doctor, served with the FAU in France from its early days, and was one of very few COs awarded absolute exemption because of his usefulness to the War Office, Herbert Milton also served in France from May 08, · Conscription and conscience 1916-1919.
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(John William), Publication date Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on June 10, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: May 10, · The Hound of Conscience: A History of the No-Conscription FellowshipFayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, Keren, Michael, “Justification of conscientious objection: an Israeli case study”, International Journal of the Sociology of Law 26, March White Feathers and Pdf Men: Female Patriotism and the Memory of the Great War.
For information on purchasing this book through Amazon at a special discount rate, click here. John W. Graham, Conscription and Conscience: A History, (London, ), passim.C Cook, 'Sources in British political history vol.I: a guide to the archives of selected organisations and societies' (Macmillan, ), pp.
; Thomas C Kennedy, 'The hound of conscience: a history of the No Conscription Fellowship ' (University of Arkansas Press, ).Search the ebook for collection items held by the National Ebook of Australia New Search eResources User Lists Site Feedback Help Ask a Librarian Opening hours Australia Day long weekend: Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 January: Library open during regular opening hours ; Monday 27 January: All Reading Rooms closed, Bookshop & Exhibition.