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Book Introduction – Voices Against War: A Century of Protest

Voices Against War: A Century of Protest by Lyn Smith, 2010, Mainstream Publishing.

Voices Against War is a collection of transcript interviews of testimonies by conscientious objectors (“conchies” as referred to by the author’s father or COs) spanning from 1914-2009. The interviews are taken largely from the Imperial War Museum‘s archives with a forward by war correspondent, Robert Fisk.

According to the book’s blurb Lyn Smith is a university lecturer and oral history interviewer. She is the author of Remembering: Voices of the Holocaust, Pacifists in Action and Young Voices.