J, Holloway, The Australian Victory over Conscription
Jubilee Committee, Melbourne, 1966, p.
Its moderation arose out of its goal of building the new Dominion into a prosperous, powerful, and mainly Protestant nation, but the rancour surrounding the conscription
crisis led to the realization that prejudices entrenched in race and religion would ultimately destroy the very nation they were trying to build.
A resident of Kabul, Haideryar said the government would help the insurgents recruit even more people if it went ahead with implementing the idea of conscription
In the case of New York, Democrat Horatio Seymour--the new governor in the spring of 1863--strongly opposed conscription
and has often been historians' focus in portraying a reluctant or resistant state government.
remains an unpopular option, with three out of five Lithuanians opposed to the move.
Pennsylvania state courts in November 1863 produced the boldest attack on the constitutionality of conscription
in Kneedler v.
It also says not even miners were safe from conscription
, and the Government even took a small percentage of men from every mine to recruit them in the army.
It also suggests the possibility of, if necessary, reintroducing conscription
, which was suspended in 2011.
He added that military conscription
could exist alongside professional army, according to BNR.
Selon le directeur general de la conscription
et de la mobilisation, le colonel-major Lotfi Ben Wahida a la Tap, cette campagne exceptionnelle vise a soutenir les efforts de l'Etat en matiere de creation de postes d'emplois, indiquant que des centres de conscription
itinerants sillonnent les regions montagnardes et frontalieres pour permettre aux jeunes de ces regions de presenter leurs demandes.
TAP) - The Defense Ministry has received nearly 50,000 applications for enlistment into the national army since the start of the second phase of the exceptional conscription
campaign launched on June 16.
George's dad receives a conscription
letter, but still refuses to join up.