National Peace Council


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politics Vera Brittain
VB had supported a number of pacifist groups in the early 1930s, including the National Peace Council , the Union of Democratic Control , and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom .
Gorham, Deborah. Vera Brittain: A Feminist Life. Blackwell.
politics Kathleen E. Innes
Through her involvement with the Society of Friends' Peace Committee, KEI became a member of the Northern Friends Peace Board and the Executive Council of the National Council for the Prevention of War . She...
politics Virginia Woolf
But Woolf recorded in her diary in May 1940: Thinking is my fighting.
Lee, Hermione. Virginia Woolf. Chatto and Windus.
Her thinking manifested itself in various ways. She was involved to varying degrees with a number of leftist associations: the Labour Party


1904: The National Peace Council was established...

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The National Peace Council was established in Britain.


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