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1. The Armed Forces could do away with conscription and go over to a volunteer system.
2. He was rejected by the conscription office because he was under age.
3. They said the present system of military conscription should be phased out.
4. The reintroduction of conscription sparked off a major rebellion.
5. All adult males will be liable for conscription.
6. At 60, he was no longer liable for conscription.
7. He injured himself to avoid conscription.
8. He's been worried that the government will introduce conscription ever since the war began.
9. When was conscription introduced in Britain?
10. In May, conscription was extended to married men.
11. They had something to worry about then: conscription.
12. There was no conscription, no feeling in my world, of necessity to volunteer.
13. The introduction of conscription was not only crucial to obtain the manpower resources necessary but also to plan a total war economy.
14. A continuation of wartime industrial conscription was a popular choice.
15. The Military Training Act of 1939 effectively introduced conscription in peacetime for the first time in Britain's history.
16. In 1916 he cited conscription and the suspension of trades union restrictions as things that coalition had done for the nation.
17. When conscription was introduced, he could not plead a conscientious objection to war in general.
18. They would have denied that the conscription law imposed a completely new duty.
19. Where a system of conscription operated all sorts of expedients were used to avoid service.
20. Many young men are trying to get away from compulsory military conscription.
21. A quota of ten men a day,(Sentencedict) and if we accept extra men we can reduce our conscription period.
22. A poll taken earlier this year showed 80% support for abolishing conscription.
23. The peasantry wanted noble land without paying compensation; they wanted to see taxation and conscription done away with.
24. From then on, the labour movement offered no serious opposition to conscription as such.
25. In April 1939, under pressure from Tory backbenchers, the Government announced the introduction of military conscription.
26. Paradoxically he is the only free man in the community, as he pays no taxes and is not subject to conscription.
27. Armed forces: there are combined Voluntary Forces and provision for mass conscription in an emergency.
28. The army had strong ties with the agricultural population through the system of conscription.
29. Armed forces: There are combined Voluntary Military Forces; mass conscription in emergency.
30. In cabinet Unionists pressed the Liberals steadily towards a full policy of conscription, which was finally introduced in May.
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