Duty and Dissent: the Great War and British voices of resistance
12 Jan – 5 June 2015
Location: Senate House Library
Official documents, recruiting posters, and other powerful printed material from the Great War (celebrating and glorifying the British national war effort) set in stark contrast against pacifist beliefs and individual experience.
Gallery and further information
The Exhibition blog
- The Meaning of ‘Pacifism’ 11/5/15
- The Emergence of Intergovernmental Peacekeeping Organisations: the Hague Peace Conferences and the League of Nations 30/4/15
See all Exhibition blog posts.
All our exhibitions are free and open to the general public. The exhibition space is located inside the Library. If you are not a member, please visit the Membership desk, 4th floor, Senate House. Lift access is available from the ground floor. Visiting us, and opening hours.
Learn more about the previous exhibitions held at Senate House Library, from Charles Dickens and Popular Culture, and Reading the Bible, to Senate House Library Treasures.