The following resources are useful references for anyone doing research into the history of peace initiatives across Europe
- Ancestry and Find My Past – family history websites: census records, birth, marriage and death records.
- British Newspaper Archive (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk)
- Documenting Dissent (www.documentingdissent.org.uk): Global Link’s digital heritage platform.
- League of Nations Archives (https://biblio-archive.unog.ch/suchinfo.aspx)
- Peace Pledge Union (www.ppu.org.uk): The No More War movement, founded in 1921, merged with the Peace Pledge Union in 1937. There are archives of the No More War movement held at the Peace Pledge Union Archives in London (www.ppu.org.uk/archives).
- Jill Liddington: The road to Greenham Common: Feminism and Anti-militarism in Britain since 1820
- Helen McCarthy: The British People and the League of Nations: Democracy, Citizenship and Internationalism, c.1918-45
- Peace Pledge Union: Swimming against the Tide: the Peace Pledge Union Story 1934-2009.
- Gillian Scott: Feminism and the Politics of Working Women: the Women’s Co-operative Guild, 1880s to the Second World War
- Ingrid Sharpe and Matthew Stibbe: Women Activists between War and Peace, Europe, 1918-1923
- Roger Smalley: Agitate! Educate! Organise! Political Dissent in Westmorland from 1880-1930.
- Lyn Smith: Voices against War: a Century of Protest
NORTHWEST ENGLAND ARCHIVES:
LANCASHIRE ARCHIVES, PRESTON:
WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT LIBRARY (WCML), SALFORD:
CO-OPERATIVE WOMEN’S GUILD ARCHIVE, MANCHESTER
LABOUR HISTORY ARCHIVE & STUDY CENTRE (LHASC), PEOPLE’S HISTORY MUSEUM, MANCHESTER
JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, MANCHESTER
CATHERINE MARSHALL COLLECTION, CARLISLE RECORDS OFFICE