Quakers and the First World War provides personal accounts of how
various individuals and families – the ancestors of some present-day Leeds
Quakers – reacted with conscience and courage in turbulent times.
Frank and Lucy Sunderland lived in Letchworth, in Hertfordshire. In 1916, as a conscientious objector, Frank was separated from Lucy and their three children. This collection of their letters is a fascinating document of social history.