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"The conscientious objector at the front!" British poster mocking pacifists during WW1

"The conscientious objector at the front!" British poster mocking pacifists during WW1 [644x1024]

British WWI propaganda poster, mocking the conscientious objector (portraying them as weak and effeminate - things no man would want to be at the time)

WWI - Will you go or must I? http://laughingsquid.com/women-and-children-in-world-war-i-propaganda-posters/

Women and Children in World War I Propaganda Posters

collective-history: “ ‘For the glory of Ireland’. A British Army recruitment poster from 1915 calling on Irish men to go to war.

July 28, 1916  Conscientious Objectors Imprisoned in England  In the First World War, those who refused to fight in the conflict – known as conscientious objectors (COs) – were often treated harshly and vilified. These attitudes softened, however, over the course of the 20th century. Today their stories are beginning to be integrated into what we know about Britain during the First World War.  Pictured: Although being a conscientious objector required the courage to stand for one’s princi

July 1916 - Conscientious Objectors Imprisoned in England Pictured - Although being a conscientious objector required the courage to stand for one’s principles, most viewed them as unmanly.

God Save the King

British Propaganda Poster - His Majesty's Army . LOC Summary: Recruiting poster for British Army shows four Army units, Hussars, Highlanders, Infantry and the Army Service Corps.

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