[letters addressed to conscientious objectors in camp]

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[letters addressed to conscientious objectors in camp]

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"A new officer has been censoring our letters the last two days. I fancy the C.O. gave orders that they were to be much more strict. He seems needlessly and brutally inquisitive, asking as he looks at the signatures, ""Who"s this fellow?"" ""Who"s so-and-so?"" ""What woman"s this, your sweetheart?"" and so on, reading through every word of the letters, and laying down his dictum, ""Nothing connected with your beliefs, peace, your position here, etc."" — I hardly know what he expects one"s friends to write about."

Source

On Two Fronts: Letters from a Conscientious Objector

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Notes


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Accessed on 2020/03/29 05:51:30

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On Two Fronts: Letters from a Conscientious Objector
Related place
England
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[letters addressed to conscientious objectors in camp]

Reading experience
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Evidence

"A new officer has been censoring our letters the last two days. I fancy the C.O. gave orders that they were to be much more strict. He seems needlessly and brutally inquisitive, asking as he looks at the signatures, ""Who"s this fellow?"" ""Who"s so-and-so?"" ""What woman"s this, your sweetheart?"" and so on, reading through every word of the letters, and laying down his dictum, ""Nothing connected with your beliefs, peace, your position here, etc."" &mdash; I hardly know what he expects one"s friends to write about."

Source

On Two Fronts: Letters from a Conscientious Objector

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Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
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Date of Reading Experience
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Notes


How to cite this record

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On Two Fronts: Letters from a Conscientious Objector
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/93608
Accessed on 2020/03/29 05:51:30

Related place
England
Related people
unknown,
Related text or manuscript
On Two Fronts: Letters from a Conscientious Objector
Related place
England
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