Photocopied typescript of BBC 2 television programme "Yesterday's Witness", subtitled "Prisoners of Conscience: No to the State" (26 May 1969); Photocopied questionnaire and case history of H. Wheatcroft, including transcript of Court Martial statement and comparative case histories of Donald Green Fraser and Ralph Goss, compiled by his grand-daughter (1976).
Harold Wheatcroft papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
Harold Wheatcroft (b. 1898), a conscientious objector and member of the No-Conscription Fellowship, was imprisoned at Wormwood Scrubs, but released early on suspicion of having developed tuberculosis
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The papers were placed in the Collection by Charlotte A. Wilson (daughter). See Research Correspondence File.
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