Reginald Sorenson papers

Scope and Content

Includes much correspondence, typescripts (including an account of Sorenson's life by Moira Clark), press cuttings, and miscellaneous publications and leaflets on peace-related issues. Full details are given in the Liddle Collection catalogue.

Administrative / Biographical History

Reginald William Sorenson (1889-1971) was born at Highbury, London. A pacifist minister, he was involved with the No-Conscription Fellowship and other anti-War movements during and after the First World War, and later became a Labour Member of Parliament.

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Related Material

See also Newspaper Section for Daily Citizen (2 Aug. 1914); Daily News and Leader (12 Aug. 1914); Supplement to the Labour Leader (1 Mar. 1917); Daily Mirror (30 July 1917).