One hundred years ago women in Britain were campaigning for the right to vote. By 1918 women over 30 could vote and in 1928 this was extended to give women equal voting rights to men. Learn more with our selection of books on the women’s suffrage movement, available from our online shop.
Presents a strikingly different portrait of 1913, returning the world in that year to its contemporary freshness, its future still undecided, its outlook still open.
3 months access to over 650 million historical records now including the 1911 census
Subscription includes access to the 1911 census and:
Census records 1841-1911
Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Deaths for England and Wales 1538-2006
BMD indexes for British nationals overseas 1761-200
In this provocative book, historian Ian Beckett turns the spotlight on twelve particular events of the First World War that continue to shape the world today.
The Great Silence is the story of the pause between 1918 and 1920.
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