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E. E. Hunter, London, to (E. T. John),

Circular from the No Conscription Fellowship re the case of two conscientious objectors: C. H. Norman and I. P. Hughes, arrested at Dartmoor labour camp for organising a protest against the maltreatment of a diabetic, H. W. Firth, who died there three weeks before. Typescript.

Copec: conference report 1924, circulars, and Copec News, November 1924; an invitation to Cynhadledd Heddwch Llandrindod; Fellowship of Reconciliation pamphlet ...,

Copec: conference report 1924, circulars, and Copec News, November 1924; an invitation to Cynhadledd Heddwch Llandrindod; Fellowship of Reconciliation pamphlet, magazine, circulars 1924-25; The Conscientious Objector by the Rev. James Barr, BD, (1916); Conscientious Objectors Reports, Nos 71, 74-77, 80, 92, and 105 (April 1917 - August 1918).

Diary kept by Odo Vivian while he commanded the 23rd Entrenching Battalion (Feb.-April); the 36th Division (April-May); II Army Reinforcement ...,

Diary kept by Odo Vivian while he commanded the 23rd Entrenching Battalion (Feb.-April); the 36th Division (April-May); II Army Reinforcement Camp (May-June); 6th Garrison Battalion (June-Nov.); 10th South Wales Borderers (Nov.-Dec.). The German retreat is recorded in October and November.

Llyfr ysgrifennu ar ffurf dyddiadur y bu TGJ yn ei gadw yn ystod y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf (Awst 1914-Rhagfyr 1917) ...,

Llyfr ysgrifennu ar ffurf dyddiadur y bu TGJ yn ei gadw yn ystod y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf (Awst 1914-Rhagfyr 1917). Yr oedd wedi ysgrifennu'r teitl 'The Diary of a Pacifist' ond wedi'i ddileu. Ceir y pennawd 'War Fever' i'r cofnod cyntaf. Ym mis Gorffennaf 1934 ychwanegodd ragymadrodd. [gweler David Jenkins, Thomas Gwynn Jones: Cofiant, tt. 241-2]. Saesneg/English.

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