Was there a special treatment for conscientious objectors in Germany during WWI? I know that Britain had a process of exemptions, which was however rather harshly and sparingly administered (see wiki). However wikipedia is silent on Germany at the same time (or maybe I didn't know where to look).
Also, how prevalent was conscientious objection in Germany then? Again, we have statistics for Britain readily available online but the German information is not lying close to the surface.