Based on nearly 200 personal testimonies from the Imperial War Museum's Collections, this landmark book tells the stories of those of those who participated in anti-war protest from the First World War 1914-18 to the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Voices Against War is a compelling, emotional and very moving human story, essential for understanding war in its entirety.
Every page contains a deep and moving insight into the motives and consciences of those who have opposed military conflict and the weapons of war, from 1914 to the present. It is a wonderful book
A timely written compilation . . . the many voices represented here offer lucid reasoning and moving compassion
A very thought-provoking and revealing read . . . this book really does take the reader inside the ranks of the various anti-war movements
This is the most interesting book that I've read in years
A history of 20th century anti-war movements which, whether we agree or disagree, mean we no longer give blind acquiescence to our Government's military follies