Reuter’s news agency reported from Berlin on Saturday 29 July 1922 that ‘great demonstrations were planned’ for the following day. These were being organised around the ‘NO MORE WAR’ slogan. Over 200 German towns were planning action to coincide with the eighth anniversary of the outbreak of the last war. Thirty organisations in Berlin had made arrangements for the demonstration in the capital city. Promises of support had been received from prominent politicians and 15 famous actors. The No More War Movement was part of the larger War Resisters’ International.
Aberdeen Press and Journal, 24 July 1922.