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Memorandum from W.S. Hughes, Superintendent of Penitentiaries to the Deputy Minister of Justice, 2 May 1919
Six months after the conclusion of the Great War, there were still 34 citizens imprisoned for refusing military service, being conscientious objectors.
Library and Archives Canada
RG 13, series A-2, vol. 225, file 1918-1582
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