The impact of the First World War on the campaign for women’s suffrage

The impact of the First World War on the campaign for women’s suffrage

This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 7th Jun 2018

The relationship between the First World War and the campaign for women’s suffrage is both complex and interesting.

In this talk, Angela Smith, author of Suffrage Discourse in Britain During the First World War, will look at the ways in which the many different factions of the movement adopted a range of strategies, using the war to advance the cause.

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2018-06-07 2018-06-07 Europe/London The impact of the First World War on the campaign for women’s suffrage Angela Smith, author of Suffrage Discourse in Britain During the First World War, will look at the ways in which the many different factions of the movement adopted a range of strategies, using the war to advance the cause. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/06/07/the-impact-of-the-first-world-war-on-the-campaign-for-womens-suffrage-165105 The National Archives,Bessant Dr,,London

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