CONSCIENTOUS OBJECTORS DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR
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- Q 103334
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- object name: copy negative
- object category: Photography
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A cartoon from the First World War period by Frank Holland "An Object Lesson: This Little Pig stayed at Home" depicting a lazy conscientious objector who stayed at home while the rest of his family contributes to the war effort. Holland, an artist, worked as a cartoonist for Lord Harmsworth from the 1890s until the First World War. His work appeared in various magazines and newspapers, including the Daily Mail.
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