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Diary of David Eichel, 1917


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the C.O.s in England. They are/were permitted to plead their case before the tribuneals or local boards. They were questioned and the public was permitted to be present and even ask questions at the cross-examination. This gave the movement wide publicity. Everything was open and above board. The sentences at first were very severe. They usually began with a period of solitary confinement. For a time they were sent to the military where they were subjected to frightful

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