Fellowship of Reconciliation


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politics Storm Jameson
As critic Joanna Labon observes, SJdefined herself by war and lived much of her life in angry opposition to it.
Labon, Joanna. “Tracing Storm Jameson”. Women: A Cultural Review, Vol.
, No. 1, pp. 33-47.
Though Jameson undertook most of her activism during the 1930s and 1940s, her...
politics Maude Royden
MR attended the founding meeting (held at Cambridge) of the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) , an international Christian pacifist organisation, of which she became the travelling secretary.
“The Papers of Agnes Maude Royden”. Archives Hub: London Metropolitan University: Women’s Library.
“History and Supporters”. FOR (The Fellowship of Reconcilation): History.
Fletcher, Sheila. Maude Royden: A Life. Basil Blackwell.
Textual Production Vera Brittain
VB 's first Letter to Peace-Lovers appeared, with the endorsement of the Peace Pledge Union and the Fellowship of Reconciliation . The last in the series went out on 6 September 1945.
Berry, Paul, and Mark Bostridge. Vera Brittain: A Life. Chatto and Windus.
Brittain, Vera. Testament of a Peace-Lover: Letters from Vera Brittain. Editors Eden-Green, Winifred and Alan Eden-Green, Virago.


December 1914: A group of Christian pacifists including,...

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December 1914

A group of Christian pacifists including, among others, George Lansbury , Maude Royden , William Temple , Dr Henry Hodgkin , and Leyton Richards , held a meeting at Cambridge to found the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR ), an international organisation.


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