WSPUWorld Scout Parliamentary Union (World Organization of the Scout Movement)
WSPUWales Social Partners Unit (government information conduit; Cardiff, UK)
WSPUWomen's Social and Political Union of England
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She was a founding member of the WSPU in 1903 and led it until it disbanded in 1918.
Frustrated with the hierarchy and lack of class representation within the WSPU, Dora began publishing journals called The Freewoman, which provided a wider range of women's voices on the Suffragette movement.
The Sultanate's winning the seat of Vice Chairman of the WSPU
When she accompanied WSPU star speaker Annie Kenney to an event at the Liberal Club in Aberdare both were pelted with herrings, rotten tomatoes and mice...
They interrupted several political meetings at the Grand as part of the WSPU's campaign against the Liberal government.
Her three daughters all became key figures in the WSPU but Sylvia and Adela were expelled over ideological differ?ences which led to a bitter family rift.
The headpiece represents the King's horse Anmer which hit Emily Davison of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) when she walked onto the track during the race.
A procession through the city in what was described as a "substantial" demonstration by the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) was filmed and is held by the British Film Institute - view it free on the Suffragettes on Film section of Pat travelled to the National Archives at Kew in London to research the original documents on the Battle of Newcastle.
It is true that in 1908, the honorary treasurer of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), Mrs Pethick Lawrence chose the three colours to bring unity and "branding" to the fight and they appeared on banners, placards, ribbons and flowers in a demonstration in Hyde Park.
The first Suffragette speakers came to Loughborough soon after the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) was formed.
There was music, theatre, art, festivals, dance, fashion, exhibitions, Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) pop-up shops selling banners, bags and badges; there was a hot air balloon dropping 56lb of pamphlets, and a suffragette steamship patrolling the Thames streaming purple, white and green pennants, taunting Lloyd George as he took tea on the Commons terrace.