Propaganda in World War 1, an Illustrated Account

TERJE MALOY—There is nothing new about liberal social reformers falling into lockstep when the country goes to war. British Emmeline Pankhurst was the most prominent member in the Women’s Suffrage movement. She founded the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU) in 1902. After a remarkable and highly radical campaign for women’s rights, including hunger strikes, arson and window smashings, the group changed from a reformist program to a hard right reactionary nationalism as soon as the war broke out.