During the First and Second World Wars thousands of men and women refused the call to arms. Reviled, starved, beaten and even killed, theirs was a battle of conscience. This is a collection of their stories from all walks of life.
Individualists to the core; conscription; the "Frenchmen"; prison; the home office scheme; those at home; Friends ambulance unit; aftermath; the interwar years; war clouds; a new generation; women; non-combatant corps; bomb disposal; on the land; in the hands of the army; the absolutists; service in the Blitz; Friends; a change of heart; hindsight.
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