A woman ticket inspector at work, c1914. A women ticket inspector, London Bridge Station, London, May 1915. Many men had gone off to fight in the First World War, and women stepped in to keep the country going. The suffragette movement fought for the right to vote and many suffragettes were imprisoned and force-fed during the campaign. The Liberal government opposed votes for women, and they were not granted the right to vote in Britain until 1928. From 'The Manchester Guardian: History of the War', Vol. II.-1914-15., 1915.
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