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Suffragette Lancashire Lass Arrested

Suffragette Lancashire Lass Arrested. A Lancashire lass in clogs and shawl being Escorted Through Palace Yard by two burly policemen. Refers to the incident on 13th February after the convening of The Womens Parliament at Caxton Hall, and the resolution condemning the omission of womens suffrage from the Kings Speech. A march to the House of Commons met with violence from the Police and over fifty women were arrested. Date: 1907

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Arrested Burly Caxton Clogs Escorted Incident Kings Lancashire Lass Parliament Policemen Refers Resolution Shawl Speech Suffrage Suffragette Suffragettes Yard 1907 Condemning Rights


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Suffragette Lancashire Lass Arrested: A Defiant Moment in the Fight for Women's Suffrage (1907) This powerful image captures the determination and courage of a young Suffragette from Lancashire being escorted through Palace Yard by two burly policemen. The date was February 13, 1907, and the scene unfolds after the convening of The Women's Parliament at Caxton Hall. The Parliament had passed a resolution condemning the omission of women's suffrage from the King's Speech, leading to a march to the House of Commons. The Suffragette, dressed in traditional clogs and a shawl, stands defiantly against the backdrop of the imposing Palace of Westminster. Her unwavering gaze and clenched fist speak volumes about her unyielding commitment to the cause. The policemen, on the other hand, appear to be struggling to maintain control, highlighting the intensity of the clash between the Suffragettes and the authorities. The incident marked a significant moment in the fight for women's suffrage in Britain. Over fifty women were arrested during the march, but their actions brought widespread attention to the cause and galvanized support for the Suffragette movement. This image serves as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices and struggles endured by the Suffragettes in their quest for the right to vote, ultimately leading to women's suffrage being granted in the UK in 1928. This photograph is an essential piece of history, providing a glimpse into a pivotal moment in the fight for women's rights and suffrage in the early 20th century.

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