Four to five hundred people attended the No More War meeting in the Central Halls, Tollcross on Sunday, 29 July 1923. The meeting was chaired by the President of the Trades and Labour Council. Three resolutions were passed unanimously. The first called for universal disarmament by mutual agreement – this being put to all meetings being held nationally and internationally.
A Miss Pressley-Smith addressed the meeting and spoke of her recent visit to Belgium where, she reported, every little village had formed societies to ensure they never forgot the horror of war.
The Scotsman, 30 July 1923.