Course Information

Troublesome People: Conscientious Objectors in WWI

During the First World War 16,000 men, for reasons of conscience, refused to be conscripted into the military. Nicknamed ‘conchies’, these men (conscientious objectors) were vilified, physically abused, imprisoned and even threatened with the death sentence. Working from prime source material — interviews, newspaper cuttings, contemporary pamphlets and so on — we will ask who the conscientious objectors were, why they took their stand, and how they were treated..

  1. Status:
    This course has finished
  2. Course Level:
    Level 3
  3. Leads to a qualification:
    No
  4. Awarding Body:
     
  1. Course Dates:
    19/03/2014 - 16/04/2014
  2. Session Details:
     
    5 sessions for 2 hrs per session
    Wed 14:00
  3. Venue Details:
    Friends Meeting House
    Friars Walk
    Lewes
    BN7 2LE
  4. Fee Details:
    Standard Fee £39.50
  5. Ref:
    C3735481
  6. Tutor:
    Ann Kramer
  7. Region:
    Southern Region
  8. Branch:
    Lewes Branch
  9. Any prior knowledge or entry requirements?:
    None
  This course is not available for online enrolment.
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