2016. Compares the changing responses to the First World War in the writings of Wilfrid Gibson and his sister and fellow poet Elizabeth Gibson Cheyne. Revised version of article published in Dymock Poets and Friends, No 15.
This section aims to provide a variety of resources relating to nonviolent activism. Developing it in 2014, amidst all the official ‘commemorations’ of the First World War, I decided to begin with a small selection of my own research materials, and a selection of external links, relating to war resistance and antimilitarism. More resources will … Continue reading NonViolence and Antimilitarism