|Series||Selective Service information series|
|Contributions||United States. Selective Service System|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
About this Item: Central Committee for Conscientous Objectors, Soft cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Handbook for Conscientious Objectors. Arlo Tatum ed. Central Committee for Conscientous Objectors, 10th ed. trade paperback, covers bumped/scuffed, binding tight, text clean copy-- . Conscientious Objectors in Israel Citizenship, Sacrifice, Trials of Fealty Erica Weiss. pages | 6 x 9 | 4 illus. Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Ethnography of Political Violence View table of contents and excerpt "Erica Weiss dramatically illuminates and revises our. It tells the stories of the men and women who became conscientious objectors (COs) and found ways to resist involvement in the war. Valerie Flessati of Pax Christi says: "Cyril Pearce's research and database has been key to all the research that has been done in recent years on the WW1 conscientious objectors and this is an amazing book which. Near the end of World War II, thirty-six conscientious objectors volunteered to be systematically starved for renowned scientist Ancel Keys’s study at the University of Minnesota in the basement of Memorial Stadium. Aimed to benefit relief efforts in war-ravaged Europe and Asia, the study sought the best way to rehabilitate starving citizens.
Conscientious Objectors: to the Present Day. Peter Chrisp. Tressell Publications Overview of British objection primarily for school use; illustrated. Forty Years and an Epilogue: An Autobiography (). Stephen Hobhouse. James Clarke & Co Ltd Autobiography of . Jane Kopecky's latest book is the history of a camp once called a "bubbling cauldron" whose story needs to be told. WINNER OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MICHIGAN'S STATE HISTORY AWARD. "Here Jane Kopecky reveals the nearly-forgotten story of Camp Germfask, where some of the most ardent war-resisters among World War II conscientious objectors. World War II Conscientious Objectors: Germfask, Michigan — The Alcatraz Camp by Jane Kopecky victor Novem Novem History / WWII Jane Kopecky, World War II 0 Men of Conscience Imprisoned in the U.P. Review by Deborah K. Frontiera My first reaction to Jane Kopecky’s book, World War II Conscientious Objectors: Germfask. The books ask who the conscientious objectors were, what reasons they gave for refusing to fight and how they were treated. They look at the impact of conscientious objectors and ask how their actions should be viewed today. To bring this fascinating subject to life, author Ann Kramer has used extensive prime sources such as interviews, letters Reviews: 8.
The Conscientious Objector Film; Photo Gallery; MOH Citation; Desmond Doss Foundation (Opens in new window) Hacksaw Ridge; Redemption at Hacksaw Ridge (The Unlikeliest Hero) The Birth of Hacksaw Ridge; Resources. In the s and s, Pat and Earl Martin served in Vietnam through Mennonite Central Committee. Earl, a conscientious objector, and wife Pat worked with displaced farmers and unearthed land mines. This book was so much more than a story about a conscientious objector. He typified the "every man", while telling a very rare story - one of t This book will always hold a special place with me. I especially loved the ending and what it really means to write a memoir of Vietnam.4/5. A conscientious objector is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as a “person who, for reasons of conscience, objects to complying with a particular requirement, especially serving in the.