London: nopub, nd. Paperback. 39p., wraps, 5.25 x 7.25 inches, wraps unevenly toned at edges, spine chipped at head, small stain on front wrap else good condition.
"This booklet contains an entertaining account...of the author's experiences in a guard-room whilst awaiting trial as a conscientious objector during [World War I]. In addition to the humour, a graver note is sounded by the inclusion of the speech, amde at the court-martial, which under the title of "Conscience and War", was regarded by many of its previous reasers as the most striking statement of the conscientious objectors' case that has appeared. The object of this publication is to make war unpopular."-front wrap.