Race riots, rent strikes and conscientious objectors' resistance
Arthur Woodburn, from Conscientious Objector to Secretary of State
Margaret Skinnider - only woman seriously wounded as a combatant in the Easter Rising.
Roger Casement is arrested, taken to London and put on trial for treason
Irish Volunteers from Belfast travel to Coalisland to take part in the Easter Rising
In 1918 a sermon against conscription was given on the summit of Croagh Patrick
The Irish Volunteers suggle guns and ammunition into Howth harbour.
The Irish Volunteers run guns into Howth Harbour.
Kinmel Park, Denbighshire: some of the most serious rioting in British military history
Being an Objector wasn’t an easy option. It meant imprisonment and hard labour.
G1 5DB - The story of one of the biggest anti-war demonstrations at outbreak of the war.
The businessman who was forced to flee after rumours about him sparked riots in 1914
Rebellion after an Essex woman was killed in one of the first Zeppelin raids
Changing ‘German sounding’ street names as hostility increased
How war affected German immigrants who had livelihoods in Britain
Anarchy at Swindon's celebration of war’s end
The Bradford Women’s Humanity League was formed ten days after conscription
On the outbreak of war four militant suffragettes were imprisoned in Crumlin Road Gaol.
The women who hounded men that were not serving on the frontline
In late 1916, a camp for conscientious objectors was set up at Dyce near Aberdeen.
The son of a conscientious objector uncovers a moving story
The man who is considered the founding father of the Labour Party
12,000 men were to travel from Berkhamsted to fight on the Western Front
The Quaker community that was ostracised for opposing the war
Dealing with men who appealed against conscription