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  • Title: Pacifism in Britain 1914-1945: The Defining of a Faith
  • Author: Martin Ceadel
  • ISBN: 9780198218821
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Pacifism in Britain 1914-1945: The Defining of a Faith By Martin Ceadel This book has two aims to tell for the first time the story of the most significant pacifist movement of modern times that of Britain in the era of the two World Wars and, in doing so, to develop a means of analysis that can be applied to pacifist movements in other countries and at other times Its theme is that, whereas the First World War encouraged British pacifisThis book has two aims to tell for the first time the story of the most significant pacifist movement of modern times that of Britain in the era of the two World Wars and, in doing so, to develop a means of analysis that can be applied to pacifist movements in other countries and at other times Its theme is that, whereas the First World War encouraged British pacifists to believe that their rejection of all war was justified in political terms, the approach of the Second forced them increasingly to realise that it was an absolutist faith which did not stand or fall by its practical consequences.
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    Pacifism in Britain 1914-1945: The Defining of a Faith By Martin Ceadel Pacifism Absolute pacifism An absolute pacifist is generally described by the British Broadcasting Corporation as one who believes that human life is so valuable, that a human should never be killed and war should never be conducted, even in self defense The principle is described as difficult to abide by consistently, BBC Ethics War Pacifism Jul , The UK Experience Pacifism became widespread as a reaction to the scale of killing in the First World War and the use of universal male conscription, and gained further support after the Pacifism in Britain The Defining of a Faith by Sep , Pacifism in Britain The Defining of a Faith This book has two aims to tell for the first time the story of the most significant pacifist movement of modern times that of Britain in the era of the two World Wars and, in doing so, to develop a means of analysis that can be applied to pacifist movements in other countries Pacifism and Conscientious Objection The British Library Jan , Pacifism and Conscientious Objection With particular focus on conscription, Professor Martin Ceadal discusses instances of pacifism and conscientious objection during World War One in Britain, the US, Canada and New Zealand Pacifism was coined in in French to describe the ideas of the peace movement as a whole. World War II British pacifism Pacifism was also promoted by the Communists under instruction from Moscow to weaken countries that were a military threat to the Soviet Union Woodford Green Pacifist activities and groups were active in Britain Pacifist activists erected an Anti War Memorial monument, at Woodford Green, in Essex It was shaped rather like a bomb. Pacifism International Encyclopedia of the First World

    Commentaires:

    Marc
    Grondige studie van de vredesbeweging in Groot Brittanni in het interbellum.

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