Now all roads lead to France and heavy is the tread
Of the living; but the dead returning lightly dance.
Edward Thomas, Roads

Friday, March 24, 2023

Pacifists and Protesters — A Roads Collection

Early Antiwar Demonstration in New York (Alamy)


The Assassination of Jaurès, Paris, 31 July 1914

Georgia O'Keefe's Antiwar Painting "The Flag"

Berlin at War: Deprivation, War Weariness, and Revolution

John Dewey Thought We Were Fighting for World Government and Socialsm

France 1917: Mutinies in the Army; Discontent on the Home Front

Fighting Bob La Follette Speaks Out for Dissent and Free Speech

The Green Corn Anti-Draft Rebellion

Underpaid Paris Seamstresses Protesting Their Pay, 1917

France 1917: Mutinies in the Army; Discontent on the Home Front

On the [American] Home Front: The Butte Montana Copper Mines

Thou Shalt Not Kill: Conscientious Objectors in World War One

The Order of the White Feather

World War I Caused a General Strike in Neutral Switzerland

Henry Ford's Peace Ship

1918 War Protest in Berlin


To End All Wars. A Story of Protest and Patriotism in the First World War 


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