Militant suffrage

in Kitty Marion
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Chapters 35 to 56 cover Kitty Marion’s period as a suffragette within the Pankhursts’ Women’s Social and Political Union, which she joined in 1908, her militancy, including arson attacks, imprisonment in Holloway Prison and other prisons, hunger striking and force feeding.

Kitty Marion

Actor and activist



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