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The Suffragettes

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Transcript of The Suffragettes

Militancy, propaganda, demonstrations, civil disobedience, and hunger strikes to attract attention to their campaign.
The leader of the British suffragette movement was arrested when she tried to enter Parliament
SUFFRAGETTES EMPLOY NEW METHODS
EMMELINE PANKHURST IN PRISON
ANTI-SUFFRAGETTE PROPAGANDA
"We are here, not because we are law-breakers; we are here in our efforts to become law-makers", said Mrs. Pankhurst.
£1.5
Monday, February 17, 1913
Vol XCIII, No. 311
The fight for women's suffrage becomes more intense.
WOMEN CLAIM THE VOTE
The suffragette Emily Davison was knocked down by the king's horse
TRAGEDY AT EPSON DERBY
The Suffragettes
"Deeds not words" has become the new motto of the suffragettes

AND FINALLY... WOMEN WIN THE VOTE!
UNITED KINGDOM
1918* / 1928
UNITED STATES
1920
AUSTRALIA
1902
SPAIN
1933
FINLAND
1906
RUSSIA
1918
BRAZIL
1932
ARGENTINA
1947
Suffragettes are criticized and ridiculed. They are depicted as:
Old and ugly
Bossy and violent
Bad mothers, bad wifes, bad housekeepers
A movement against women's vote arises
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