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Emily Davison: Votes for women's Derby Day 'martyr'

Posted on 04/06/2013

As we mark the centenary of Emily Davison's famous protest at the Derby on 4 June 1913 with rosette making in the Picture Gallery (11.00) and a pop-up seminar in MLT (12.00) , History's Dr Alex Windscheffel explores what motivated one of Royal Holloway's early students to become a militant advocate for votes for women (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-22725094).


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