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Product images of Suffragette 'martyrs' released from prison
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Suffragette 'martyrs' released from prison
Suffragette 'martyrs' released from prison, 1908. The campaign to secure the vote for women in Britain saw women adopting a range of protests, direct action and civil disobedience, for which many were imprisoned. Partial suffrage was achieved in 1918, with all women finally gaining the right to vote ten years later, in 1928.
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- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images