Booklet The Absolutists' Objection to Conscription (n.d.); Booklet Never Again! by Edward Carpenter (Aug. 1916); No More War Movement pamphlet (n.d.); Pamphlet Abolish the Air (n.d.); Pamphlet What The Next War Will Be Like-If You Let It Come (n.d.); Manifesto issued by the No-Conscription Fellowship (Sep. 1915); Leaflet The Spirit of the Bayonet (n.d.); H. P. Bell's Application on the Ground of Conscientious Objection, with photostat copy (n.d.); Open letter to members of the No-Conscription Fellowship (7 Dec. 1918); Letter to Mrs Bell (10 Dec. 1918); Letter to H. P. Bell from Henry Bett (3 July 1916); Manuscript letter (24 July 1916); Manuscript letter from Lucy Layer to Nellie, written on Friends' War Victims Relief Committee notepaper (19 Nov. 1920); Typescript copy of letter to Bradley from N. E. Hancocks (24 June 1916).
H. P. Bell papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
H. P. Bell, a conscientious objector, was an absolutist during the First World War
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The papers were placed in the Collection by E. J. Bell (son).
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