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Timothy Kendall - Vietnam War

Timothy Kendall had registered for the draft, but over time and while a student at Notre Dame University he came to believe that participating in the war in any capacity was wrong. He never registered as a conscientious objector and refused to report for duty when he was drafted. Committed to pacifism, he turned himself in to authorities and spent two years in prison.

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Timothy Kendall with Rosemary Anderson, the love of his life. She became Rosemary A. Kendall about 14 months later. The baby is not theirs; he was their unofficial god-son. Timothy and Rosemary were 24 years old at the time.

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East Lansing, Michigan

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Spring, 1973

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(Narrator's Photo)



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