Films of volunteers joining up (and the conscientious objectors that do not), new recruits in training, and conscription being introduced - along with the resultant protests - during the First World War. The films are from Britain, the United States, Canada and New Zealand.
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Some excellent footage showing British Army recruitment and training during WW1.
Footage of new recruits to the army receiving their equipment.
Demonstration by married men protesting conscription.
Havelock Wilson MP and others speak at Trafalgar Square rally about 'Seamen's Boycott'.
Angry crowds clash with pacifists who have taken refuge in London church.
Footage of British volunteers.
Footage of the army recruits in training.
Footage of new army recruits at camp in Aldershot, Hampshire.
New recruits take oath on parade ground in Woolwich.
Recruiting office with volunteers signing up.
Newly recruited men march along street.
A huge replica ship stands in a city square as part of Navy recruitment campaign.
Footage being recruited in Trafalgar Square, London.
Footage of new recruits being fed at training camp.
Soldiers arrive at British Army Camp; are assigned to barracks.
Recruiting boom - Miss Shirley Kellogg appeals for recruits at Trafalgar Square rally.
Married men called up - bidding goodbye to families and marching off through London
New recruits joining up at a makeshift army recruiting office in Montreal, Canada.
New US recruits arrive at army camp, are examined and go for a swim before marching.
Troops marching in street, US General Pershing, troops in training and US army field kitchen.
Footage of New Zealand recruits in training. Trenthan in New Zealand.
Masses of new British Army recruits training for the 'Big Push'.
Americans volunteer for British army. Whitehall, London.
US soldiers parade in city and new recruits get kitted out.
Duke of Connaught watches new soldiers depart on troop train.