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#36 Slaughter No Remedy: The life and times of Walter Ayles, Bristol Conscientious Objector

by Colin Thomas

The story of Bristol First World War conscientious objector Walter Ayles who fought for socialism and peace.
SKU: BRHG 36

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Walter Ayles was a fighter – but a fighter who didn’t believe in killing. He fought against unemployment and ruthless employers but also against the pro-war fever that led to the First World War. A Bristol councillor before the War, he was sent to prison for his opposition to it. Soon after his release, he was elected the MP for Bristol North.

This pamphlet outlines the life and times of a man who fought for socialism and peace.

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