Whatever the penalties
Taking a stand in WWI
DVD version is available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. It includes an extended interview with Leeds University historian Cyril Pearce (who created the Pearce Register of British WWI conscientious objectors) discussing the wider context of the events presented in the film.
WWI newspapers featuring historic and original articles. 1914, 1915 and 1916 editions available to download or order a free hard copy.
A timeline of WWI events from 1914 to 1918. Available to view online or download as a PDF.
'A Subtle Resistance: Scraps from a Bootham Diary in the Great War' is a play by Bootham School York.
This introduction was delivered on 15 May 2014 at the launch of the Quakers in Britain World War I project.
These moving films give a chance for ordinary people to tell their personal story, accompanied by old photographs and illustrations from the period. Each of the six films lasts less than five minutes and can be watched separately or as a series.
This teaching resource uses original letters and photographs about the Friends Ambulance Unit. It offers relevant historical information to help children think carefully about the past.
This teaching resource uses original letters, leaflets and photographs about conscientious objection. It offers relevant historical information to help children think carefully about the past.
Watford Quakers tell the dramatic and largely forgotten stories of some of the men who refused to fight in WWI.
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, volunteer for alternative service or register a conscientious objection to military service.