Definition of Anti-war movement
1. Noun. A campaign against entering or continuing a war.
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Literary usage of Anti-war movement
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. War Crimes in Bosnia-Hercegovina by Helsinki Watch (Organization : U.S.), Ivana Nizich (1992)
"Serbs affiliated with Serbia's anti-war movement, the independent press and some opposition parties have undertaken steps to protect non-Serbs from ..."
2. Europe: Dimensions of Peace by Björn Hettne (1988)
"The way in which the US anti-war movement succeeded in forcing a right-wing government to end the war in Vietnam is an excellent example of such a strategy. ..."
3. American Political Ideas: Studies in the Development of American Political by Charles Edward Merriam (1920)
"A great army was placed in the field to preserve the Union and to destroy slavery; and another to serve the opposite purpose. The anti-war movement as a ..."
4. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1917)
"The anti-war movement, whatever may have been its actual dimensions, led to an extraordinary growth of police tyranny and to the institution of a system of ..."
5. Accounting for Pow/Mias from the Korean War and the Vietnam War: Hearing edited by Robert K. Dornan (1998)
"... and their personnel worked closely with the Cuban government in manipulating the anti war movement here in the United States. Mr. DORNAN. ..."
6. The War from this Side: Editorials from the North American, Philadelphia by North American (1915)
"That there will be a tremendous anti-war movement among the workers of France and Germany, and perhaps of England, is probable. The waste and the futility ..."