Suffragette vs State at The National Archives

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Suffragette vs State at The National Archives

Events are continuing to mark the centenary of the first women winning the right to vote.

A series of photographs, documents and records have gone on show at the National Archives - exploring the militant nature of the movement.

From smashing windows to police surveillance and the force feeding of those on hunger strike, the exhibition aims to uncover the way the State dealt with the Suffragettes.


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