Liberal reforms and women 1903 - 1914

HideShow resource information
M D S G X V V I J V N H H S M T E O S
V Q G Q O G Y B E X B F T Y T Q M M W
R F A B I M U N J A K F U Y U C I S S
U Q E T P E C H O K L K I C M E L E B
G I F W I S R H O X I E Y E N W Y V B
M S T M L S L R P H S C S U R K D J W
W S W K V V H D T U H T S D X R A Y V
B W I E W Y R I O V W S P U V I V A E
L U A D F X U M O P J K D M I W I U M
P N V J R Q D O C E H R Q W T S D R H
T M J E S N X Q K V N K W U U L S H F
R I N A A E I Y F G S H N F R D O V E
J P M T L Q G R R T F Q F B B M N Y S
I P A D K W F U N P U R M B A B A N G
I C U L L J H I N D A P P K W I S I X
A U L X J S J V W G L K P F S C W W G
F D U V U P H G E S K F V R H M Q T W
S G R P M V Y Y J J A D Y R H Y O Q A
Y G C U M M R D U L B C T X K U L I W

Clues

  • ____ and ____ act tried to deal with hunger strikes (11)
  • ____ gave votes to all men but not women despite parliament (9)
  • ____ was a martyr (jumped (?) under the kings' horse) (13)
  • Emmiline Pankhurst's organisation (deeds not words) (4)
  • Millicent Fawcett's organisation (some male reps in 1906) (5)
  • There was a women's national anti- ___ league (8)

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar History resources:

See all History resources »See all Liberal reforms and women 1903 - 1914 resources »