- ‘Denis O’Donnell conscientious objector now in military prison’.
- Melbourne University Labor Club, Melbourne, April 1968
Published by Melbourne University Labour Club and Melbourne University Pacifist Club. N.d, Circa April 1968.
O’Donnell, a Victorian, was incarcerated in Holsworthy military prison in New South Wales after being arrested April 4, 1968 for being AWOL from the Army. O’Donnell had been drafted into the Army and then applied to be registered as a conscientious objector. His application was refused. His stand inspired vigils, a freedom ride to Holsworthy on April 19, 1968, and a sit-down at the Prime Minister’s Lodge (Canberra) in May 1968. - [Ken Mansell]