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Painting and its laws

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24-25 October, Huddersfield. England Arise! Play telling the alternative story of political opposition to the First World War.

28 October, Leeds. Talk exploring the true story of the Socialist Conscientious Objectors of West Yorkshire and the process of making the play, England Arise!.

1 November, York. Cyril Pearce, author of Comrades in Conscience, talks at the York First World War Day School on The Anti-War Perspective

5 November, Huddersfield. An illustrated talk with local historian Cyril Peace: Conscientious Objectors in the First World War.

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18 November, Bolton. An illustrated talk with local historian Cyril Peace: New thoughts on British War Resisters 19141918.

20 November, Huddersfield. Kirklees Inter-Faith Forum. An illustrated talk with local historian Cyril Peace: conscientious objectors during World War One.