One Voice: Pacifist Writings from the Second World War
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One Voice: Pacifist Writings from the Second World War

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Vera Brittain worked as a nurse in the First World War - a war in which her brother, his best friend and her own fiance were killed. Shortly after the War she published her classic book Testament of Youth and moved gradually towards a position of Christian pacifism. It was during the Second World War that she published the two short books included in this volume, Seeds of...more
Paperback, 182 pages
Published October 31st 2006 by Continuum (first published 2005)
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Géraldine Grout
contains Humiliation of Honour and Seed of Chaos

both are Vera Brittain's experiences of WWII and her commitment into pacifism

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