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- The newspaper history of women’s suffrage from 1906 – 1918
- Remembering 100 years since women received the right to vote in 1918
- Two tabloid editions available and both measure (31 x 38cm)
- Personalise with any Name and a unique Message on the title page
- Protect your book for years to come with a premium gift box
The Suffragette newspaper book begins in 1906 with the Women’s Social and Political Union’s appearance at 10 Downing Street, and continues up until 15th December 1918 where British women vote for the first time. In between, it remembers the key moments in the history of women’s suffrage, using newspaper headlines exactly as they appeared at the time of print to provide an extensive timeline of the events leading to the Representation of the People Act, brought about by women’s suffrage movements of the decade.
Famous Suffragettes including Emmeline Pankhurst, her daughter, Christabel Pankhurst, Miss Annie Kenney, Emily Wilding Davison are among those featured in the content. The book provides unparalleled insight into one of the world’s darkest periods and the extent of the Suffragettes’ campaign to reshape an empire thwarted by male rule.
Personalising Your Suffragette Newspaper Book
The book can be personalised with the recipient’s Name up to 22 characters over 1 line and a Message of up to 150 characters over 5 lines which will appear on the opening page. You can also choose to emboss the recipient’s Name on the cover.
There are two editions to choose from: the leatherette tabloid edition or the premium leather tabloid edition, chosen for its lasting finish and impeccable quality binding. The recipient’s Name will be embossed on the cover.
This tabloid-sized book measures an impressive 31 x 38cm. Individually bound in a hardback premium leather cover or leatherette cover with foil embossing. The book features newspaper articles and picture sections from throughout women’s suffrage.