ocr british depth study

some notes on women's suffrage and britain during the war. sorry it doesn't cover much as my other notes i hand wrote, but it covers the ways women campaigned for the vote, how the war affected women's suffrage and recruitment in the first world war, hope it is helpful.

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Different ways of winning the vote:
Peaceful methods:
Propaganda ­ both the suffragists and suffragettes made effective use of propaganda. The WSPU
had a newspaper called `votes for women'. By 1914 it had a circulation of 40,000. Suffragettes used
their slogan `votes for women' and their colours (purple, white and…

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because it punished the women several times over. It was still passed though, by 296 votes to 43. In
1913 Emmeline was in and out of prison 12 times.

The reaction of the press:
Some newspapers like the times were totally against the idea of women having the vote. It…

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sorry accidentally put it up before I saved it fully i'm putting it up again as ocr british depth study 2

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