A determined resistance conscientious objectors of the first world war and refusing to fight conscientious objectors of the second world war tell the stories of these remarkable men and women who bravely took a stand against war and refused to be conscripted the books ask who the conscientious objectors were what reasons they gave . Ann kramer conscientious objectors of the second world war refusing to fight more reviews paul moloney the therapy industry the irresistible rise of the talking cure and why it doesnt work. Refusing to fight the good war conscientious objectors in the north east with stuart anderson 2 histories of the second world war have paid scant attention to either conscientious objectors or the north east of england this book fills a gap in the historiography by looking beyond the regions industrial significance during this period and . Conscientious objectors of the second world war refusing to fight ann kramer even today most histories of the world wars focus on those who fought those who refused to fight are usually overlooked or just mentioned in passing sometimes in a very dismissive manner . The second world war became a moment of transition in the treatment of conscientious objectors between the excesses of the first world war and its current recognition as a basic human right this was a transition in which objectors in the north east of england played a significant role both in their local and in the national context
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