Contrast, Contradiction and Change Britain 1906-1918 link to Learning Curve home page
Gaining Women's Suffrage
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Gaining Women's Suffrage*
Gallery: Gaining women's suffrage *
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In 1918 the Representation of the People Act gave the vote to some women.

How was this achieved? In this gallery you are going to examine the contribution of different groups.

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Then, using the sources and information in the case studies, you can create your own web exhibition - an online 'Hall of Fame' of campaigners for women's suffrage.

Click on the Big Question to find out more.

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the*big question*in this gallery is
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Who should have pride of place in the Women's Suffrage Hall of Fame?
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case studies
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The Big Question is too big to tackle in one go, so we have broken it up into smaller sections called case studies.
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Click on the case study buttons to study the historical sources.
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* Moderates * Women, Work & War *
Suffragist, Suffragette *
Militants *
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Click on the Big Question button above for a worksheet that will show you how to use the case studies and how to organise your work.
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Click 'gallery background' for some information and sources which may be useful in your investigation.
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