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Voices against war

Lyn Smith

Voices against war

a century of protest

by Lyn Smith

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Published by Mainstream in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anti-war demonstrations -- History,
  • Pacifists -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLyn Smith.
    ContributionsImperial War Museum (Great Britain)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ5574 .S65 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination336 p. :
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23992360M
    ISBN 10184596456X
    ISBN 109781845964566
    LC Control Number2009529323

    The Voices of the Civil War book series by Time-Life Books & Voices of the Civil War includes books Gettysburg, Shiloh, Soldier Life, and several more. See the complete Voices of the Civil War series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. 18 Books. Share - Voices Against War by Lyn Smith (Trade Cloth, Large Type / large print edition) Voices Against War by Lyn Smith (Trade Cloth, Large Type / large print edition) Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. % Money Back Guarantee. Shipped .

    Voices of the Civil War: By Richard Wheeler The book outlines the main events that occur during the Civil War. The first major point in which the book states if the first and foremost battle at Fort Stumner. The war has just started and neither of the two armies really know what to do/5.   Voices Against War: A Century of Protest by Lyn Smith is available from Bookmarks, the socialist bookshop. Phone or go to»

    A selection of prose and poetry through the ages edited by Ruth Finnegan The central tenets here are most often, given my background, come from Christianity. Some however are drawn, as they must be, from the rich insights of other traditions. They are essential in throwing light on the parallelisms between the great faiths in their search for peace and reconciliation among all peoples, in our. Voices in Conflict is a play written when 16 students from Wilton High School in Wilton, Connecticut developed a show consisting of memoirs drawn from letters of soldiers serving in the Iraq process started as a short play that would be put on for the student body and the community. Voices in Conflict was banned from the high school because it was deemed sensational and premiered: Fairfield Theatre Company, .


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Chinese native Xiaobing Li corrects this oversight in Voices from the Vietnam War: Stories from American, Asian, and Russian Veterans. Li spent seven years gathering hundreds of personal accounts from survivors of the war, accounts that span continents, nationalities, and political affiliations.

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In the early part of the 20th century Christchurch was a hotbed of socialism, and the advent of the First World. The Voices Against War website is one component of an educational peace project, “Pacifist Women, Men and their Families in Canterbury” co-ordinated by the Disarmament and Security Centre (DSC) in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Our aim was to identify, research and publicise in a range of forms, the stories of women, men and their families throughout Canterbury who opposed conscription and.

The Voices When the New Zealand Government announced it was joining Britain in the war against Germany in Augustmost New Zealanders greeted the news with wild enthusiasm.

Volunteers flocked to enlist. It took real courage to go against this feverish tide of opinion but a few brave voices spoke out for peace. Voices Against War is a compelling, emotional and very moving human story, essential for understanding war in its entirety.5/5.

Voices against war: a century of protest. [Lyn Smith; Imperial War Museum (Great Britain)] Based on nearly personal testimonies from the Imperial War Museum's Collections, this landmark book tells the stories of those of those who participated in anti-war protest from the First World Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with.

Voices Against Tyranny book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. of room in the book and is probably unnecessary because most who are familiar with any writing about the Spanish Civil War probably know Orwell's piece.

Still, some other good selections. Trivia About Voices Against Ty No trivia or quizzes yet/5. Their testimonies are not in Voices Against War, but Lyn Smith has drawn on the same source.

They include the usual suspects like Tony Benn. Voices of the Civil War is focused on the major battles fought between the North and the South.

From 1st Bull Run through Appomattox Court House Wheeler tells this story through the diaries, memoirs and after action reports of those who participated in each of these contests. Major and minor players, from commanding generals to privates in the 5/5(4).

After the declaration of war in August the work of the NPC was closely scrutinised by the military authorities, with Mackie reporting that all his letters were being opened by the military and some boxes of leaflets sent from England simply did not arrive. It was a hostile environment for those who opposed the war and feeling against 'shirkers' ran high.

Voices Against War by Lyn Smith,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(11). Antietam (Voices of the Civil War), Atlanta (Voices of the Civil War), Chancellorsville (Voices of the Civil War), Charleston, Chattanooga, Chickamauga.

Voices against war. [Lyn Smith] -- On 15 Februaryan estimated two million Britons took to the streets of London to protest against war in Iraq. Since the outbreak of that conflict, the anti-war movement now has global reach. The pre-war peace movement began in response to the Defence Act which introduced compulsory military training or ‘Peacetime Conscription’.

Boys as young as 12 (later raised to 14) were obliged to drill regularly and this continued up to the age of 21 (later raised to 25). The Voices Against Wars of Many The voicing of opinions against war was not made common until around the eighteen-hundreds.

War was always considered an opportunity for glory and a chance to prove one’s self to his or her fellow soldier and his or her country. However, with the advancement in.Voices of Conscience By Col.

(ret.) Ann Wright and Susan Dixon. Government insiders who spoke out against the Iraq War and why we never heard about it.Margaret is an independent historian and lead researcher for the Voices Against War project.

She has previously published on topics of local and regional history, women’s biography and the nineteenth century women's movement in Canterbury.

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