2:00 pm - 3:00 pm | 14/01/2021
In January 1916 the British government passed the Military Service Act, introducing conscription of men aged 18-40 years. Join Jeremy Konsbruck as he discusses the work of the Military Appeal Tribunals established to examine applications for release from, or deferment of military service.
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