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‘Prison of Conscience - Richmond Prison in the Great War’ a talk by Steve Erskine

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Steve Erskine will give a talk on Richmond Prison.    For details visit the North Wales Western Front Association branch website.  


'Prison of Conscience' with Steve Erskine

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Steve Erskine will give a presentation on Richmond Prison in the First World War.  READ MORE > English Heritage Richmond Castle Conscientious Objectors. IMAGE: Richmond Castle in about 1921. The Victorian barrack block on the left was demolished in 1931. To the right of the keep is the cell block where the Richmond Sixteen and other conscienti…


'Conscientious Objectors' with Steve Erskine

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Steve Erskine will be giving a presentation on conscientious objectors. Steve Erskine is a local historian of some note. He is an assistant curator of the Green Howards Museum. Richmond Castle was used as a prison for conscientious objectors. Owned by English Heritage the cells are on rare occasions open to the public. The cells contain graffiti …