How did Russian anarchism, Teesside socialism and Jewish phenomenology find a home in rural Essex? Ken Worpole delves into the fragile archive of an influential pacifist settlement at Frating Hall farm.
The streets of Haringey, north London, hide an intriguing history of First World War peace activism. Joanna Bornat explores a walking tour of forgotten sites of conscientious objection.
The pacifist handkerchief invites reflections on contested memories in modern Japanese history.
Magazine cover from the British Withdrawal from Northern Ireland Campaign (BWNIC), members of which were arrested for Incitement to Disaffection during the 1970’s