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1918

Rev. George Bell, chaplain to Randall Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury, hears the Archbishop protest against the immorality of the British government’s policies during World War I. “We have to see to it that the spirit of hate finds no nurture in our hearts.”


Rev. George Bell (1883-1958), Protestant Europe’s leading exponent of “Christian Internationalism”.

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