Conscientious objection: From WWI to National Service
Marjorie Gaudie reflects on the experiences of her father-in-law, Norman Gaudie, during WWI and of her husband, Martin Gaudie, during National Service [audio].
This interview forms part of World War I: Stories of conscience.
Stories of conscience explores the dilemmas facing those who followed their conscience in response to World War I. Using original and archive material, students of Bootham School York and relatives of WWI conscientious objectors tell the stories of ordinary people confronted by the decision to fight or to register a conscientious objection to military service. Listen in full online.
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Howard was now deemed to be in the army. He was taken to an army barracks where he was held in the guard room.