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Who was the leader of the Suffragists?
Millicent Fawcett
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When were the Suffragist founded?
1897
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When were the Suffragettes founded?
1903
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Though the Suffragettes were middle-class, what unsocial things did they do in order to gain the right to vote.
They heckled politicians, held marches, members chained themselves to railings, attacked policemen, broke windows, slashed paintings, set fire to buildings, threw bombs and went on hunger strike when they were sent to prison.
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Who was Emily Davison?
She was a Suffragette that threw herself underneath the king's horse and killed herself.
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What was the NUWSS, and what did it stand for?
National Union of Women's Suffrage Society
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What was arguably the main reason that Women received the right to vote?
During the war, women served the nation and did men's work in many ways. When they were given the vote in 1918, almost every person who supported the motion in Parliament said that they deserved it because of their conduct during the war - they had p
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