Conscience: Two Soldiers, Two Pacifists, One Family

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Norman Thomas was a Presbyterian minister in the USA when the First World War began; he became a pacifist before America entered the war and by the time it was over he was a Socialist. This book tells the story of Norman and his brothers and the choices they made: Evan a conscientious objector eventually sentenced to hard labour for life; Ralph, a captain in the Army Corps of Engineers, wounded in France; and the youngest, Arthur, an Army pilot.

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Conscience: Two Soldiers, Two Pacifists, One Family

Conscience: Two Soldiers, Two Pacifists, One Family

A Test of Will and Faith in World War I

Hardback333pp

9781594202940     Product Code: 298205

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Norman Thomas was a Presbyterian minister in the USA when the First World War began; he became a pacifist before America entered the war and by the time it was over he was a Socialist. This book tells the story of Norman and his brothers and the choices they made: Evan a conscientious objector eventually sentenced to hard labour for life; Ralph, a captain in the Army Corps of Engineers, wounded in France; and the youngest, Arthur, an Army pilot.

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