The Battle Lost and Won
"Women Vote Under These Flags" Broadside

The women's suffrage movement was worldwide. Before World War I, women had won the right to vote in New Zealand, Australia, and Finland. The war brought great social change to many countries. By 1920, women were voters in Soviet Russia, Germany, Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Great Britain and most provinces of Canada as well as the United States.

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Women Vote Under These Flags

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"Women Vote Under These Flags" broadside. Erminia Thompson Folsom Collection, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

 

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