Archibald Baxter We Will Not Cease
This year marks the centenary of the beginning of World War I - 'the war to end all war''.
In the New Zealand classic, We Will Not Cease , Archibald Baxter, tells what it was like as a conscientious objector to be sent to the frontline and endure the brutality of being 'crucified' through the notorious Field Punishment No. 1.
A classic anti-war story, Baxter's We Will Not Cease , earns the description because of its dispassionate and non-rancorous portrayal of man's inhumanity to man. The universal plea for non-violence.
Baxter and other conscientious objectors are the subject of the TV programme, Field Punishment No. 1 , screened on TV One.
His full story, in his own words, is available in print and eBook format.
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