Plans for the ‘No More War’ day in America on 29 July 1922 were reported in the British press. The President was to be ‘bombarded’ for peace by letters and telegrams from all parts of the United States. In many towns the letters were to be posted collectively by those taking part in processions, which were routed to pass the central post offices. 100,000 posters were to be displayed bearing the three words ‘No More War’. Processions and demonstrations were planned throughout America. The No More War Movement was part of the larger War Resisters’ International.
Western Daily Press, 10 July 1922.