A harrowing chapter in history finally gets its due with Suffragette, starring Carey Mulligan and Meryl Streep as crusaders for women's voting rights in Great Britain, plus the real women who inspired the movie.
British suffragettes smile at a window broken during their window-smashing spree to demand that London shopkeepers actively support votes-for-women.
Barbara Ayrton (L), whose mother was the distinguished physicist, mathematician and Suffragette Hertha Ayrton. As Barbara Gould, Miss Ayrton would later become MP for Hendon North in Labour's landside victory of 1945 - UK
The Pankhursts – Christabel, Emmeline and Sylvia – lead a suffragette parade through London in Photograph: Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis
Mrs Edith New, who chained herself to the railings outside the prime minister's official residence in Downing Street as a demonstration for womens' rights and had to be sawn free, at a suffragette reunion dinner at Stermin's in Caxton Street, London.
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