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J.J.O. Jarman's application for Exemption from Military Service
Title : J.J.O. Jarman's application for Exemption from Military Service J.J.O. Jarman's application for Exemption from Military Service
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Source : Jarman family, PRG 980/16/1/33
Date of creation : 1916
Format : Letter
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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An application form filled out by John Jones Orizaba Jarman requesting Exemption from Military Service, on the grounds that he was a Conscientious Objector to military service, to be made under the War Service Regulations 1916.


Subjects
Coverage year : 1916
Period : 1914-1918
Further reading :

Jauncey, Leslie C. The story of conscription in Australia, [South Melbourne] Macmillan of Australia, 1968

State Library of South Australia. Conscription and enlistment, [Adelaide]: State Library of South Australia, 1997

Internet links :

Anzac Day Commemoration Committee (Queensland) See: History: information about conscription in both World War 1 and World War 2 sections

Australian War Memorial See: Research and Family History: Encyclopedia: Conscription

State Library of New South Wales: World War I and Australia Research Guide: Recruitment and conscription

State Library of Victoria: Ergo See: Explore history: Australia & WWI: Home WWI: Arguments over conscription


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