112 Days' Hard Labour

112 Days' Hard Labour  (1917) 
by Hubert W. Peet

Pamphlet published as a supplement to The Ploughshare, April 1917.

“112 DAYS’


Being some Reflections on the first of my Sentences as a Conscientious Objector


Hubert W. Peet

Joint Editor of “The Ploughshare,” and Organizing Secretary of the Friends’ Service Committee.

Published as a Supplement to “The Ploughshare,” a Quaker Organ of Social Reconstruction, for April, 1917.

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