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Refusing to Kill: Bristol's World War I conscientious objectors

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Refusing to Kill : Bristol's World War I conscientious objectors. / Bibbings, Lois; Clarke, Jeremy; Thomas, Colin; Dobbing, Mary.

84 p. Bristol, UK : Bristol Radical Pamphleteer (BRHG Books). 2019, Collaboratively produced local history booklet - reflecting local collaborative research. (Bristol Radical Pamphleteer).

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Harvard

Bibbings, L, Clarke, J, Thomas, C & Dobbing, M 2019, Refusing to Kill: Bristol's World War I conscientious objectors. Bristol Radical Pamphleteer (BRHG Books), Bristol, UK.

APA

Bibbings, L., Clarke, J., Thomas, C., & Dobbing, M. (2019, Apr 23). Refusing to Kill: Bristol's World War I conscientious objectors. Bristol, UK: Bristol Radical Pamphleteer (BRHG Books).

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Bibbings, Lois ; Clarke, Jeremy ; Thomas, Colin ; Dobbing, Mary. / Refusing to Kill : Bristol's World War I conscientious objectors. 2019. Bristol, UK : Bristol Radical Pamphleteer (BRHG Books). 84 p. (Bristol Radical Pamphleteer).

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