New Zealanders in World War 2 – Conscientious Objectors


Further reading

Grant, D. Out in the cold: pacifists and conscientious objectors in New Zealand during World War II
Comprehensive account, including experiences in detention camps, based on the author’s MA thesis. Author has used both archival and oral sources, interviewing over 50 people. Private papers, diaries and letters as well as official and newspaper material were also used. Well illustrated.
Lawry, W. We said ’No’ to war!
Co-authored by Allan Handyside and Jack Rogers.
No other option: experiences of New Zealand conscientious objectors and supporters during World War 2
Reminiscences of Lorna Hodder, Daphne McRae, Bob Mayson, Eric Steer, Chris Palmer, George Goodman, Ernest Crane, Eric Heggie, Lindsay Crozier, Percy Gourlay, Edith Boal, Clifford H. Brown, Allan Handyside, Janet Barrington, Hal Christian, Olive Paris, Robert and Vivienne Ellis, Jack Rogers, Jim Pollock, Arthur Carman, Jack and Phyl Crooks.
Taylor, Nancy M. The Homefront: Volume I
Chapter 7: Conscientious Objectors and Defaulters


In dissent - Second World War at home
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