Harold Stanton papers

Scope and Content

Photocopied recollections "Will You March Too?" (n.d.); Photocopied soldier's pay book (7 May 1916); Photocopied discharge certificate (30 May 1919); Photocopied envelope (n.d.); Photocopied letter from "JBC" (22 Mar. 1968); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (July 1976).

Administrative / Biographical History

Harold Edward Stanton (b. 1894 at Luton, Bedfordshire), a conscientious objector, was imprisoned at Winchester, Maidstone, and Leeds, briefly employed on the Home Office Work Scheme at Dyce (Aberdeen) and Wakefield, released in 1919, and joined the Friends' War Victims Relief.

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Tape 376: interview recorded with Peter Liddle in July 1976.