War Resistance during the First World War: Reflections from Beyond the Centenary

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Abstract

This lecture will look at the groups and individuals who in various ways refused or resisted war during the First World War, including the conscientious objectors who for different reasons and to various degrees refused military conscription, the soldiers who went absent without leave or mutinied and the women peace activists who sought to end the war. Here the focus will be on Great Britain but the talk will have a wider story to tell about anti-militarism and resistance. In addition, it will reflect upon how we think about and utilise histories of war resistance post the centenary period.
Original languageEnglish
TypeAnnual Peace Lecture for the city of Ypres
Media of outputlecture published online
PublisherVlaams Vredesinstituut - Flemish Peace Institute, Institute for Peace Research at the Flemish Parliament
Number of pages9
Place of PublicationBelgium
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2019

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Bibbings, L. S. (2019, Nov 15). War Resistance during the First World War: Reflections from Beyond the Centenary. Belgium: Vlaams Vredesinstituut - Flemish Peace Institute, Institute for Peace Research at the Flemish Parliament.