Sutherland, Don


Sutherland, Don
D Sutherland
Sutherland, Donald


Two oral history interviews with Don Sutherland (b. 1919). He was conscientious objector during the war and worked on a farm in Lincolnshire.

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Sutherland, D

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Interview with Don Sutherland. Two
Don was brought up in Newcastle, where he worked for a number of years. He attended a meeting a year before the war began, about alternatives to war and that war didn’t have to be accepted as inevitable. Don joined a community which organised…

Interview with Don Sutherland. One
Don’s father was a Scot and his mother came from the west coast of England. They moved to Coventry, where Don was born. When he was eight, they moved to Newcastle-on-Tyne where his father worked in armaments. Don left school at 15 and half and…
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