Re-imagining a True Social Order: how the First World War shaped Quaker social action

By Dr Rachel Muers In May 1918, Quakers in Britain gathered in London for their annual meeting. The times were turbulent. The death toll from the war continued to mount, it was the aftermath of the Russian Revolution, and many people and organisations in Britain were discussing radical social, political and religious change. Quakers themselves... Continue Reading →

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