Charlotte Despard speaking at anti-fascist rally, London, c 1930s. : News Photo

Charlotte Despard speaking at anti-fascist rally, London, c 1930s.

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UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 01: Charlotte Despard speaking at anti-fascist rally, London, c 1930s. Gelatin silver print. Photograph by James Jarche. ‘Mrs Despard, the Suffragette, speaking at anti-fascist rally, Trafalgar Square’. Despard (1844-1939), suffragette and social worker, was a tireless campaigner. She became a leader of the Militant Suffragette movement with the Pankhursts, and in 1907 she was arrested during the 'Women's Parliament', demonstration and sentenced to three weeks in prison. She was editor of 'the Vote', and in 1918, she stood as Labour candidate in Battersea. In Ireland she campaigned against the British policy of internment, visited the Soviet Union and fought against fascism until the end of her life. (Photo by Daily Herald Archive/SSPL/Getty Images)
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UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 01: Charlotte Despard speaking at anti-fascist rally, London, c 1930s. Gelatin silver print. Photograph by James Jarche. ‘Mrs Despard, the Suffragette, speaking at anti-fascist rally, Trafalgar Square’. Despard (1844-1939), suffragette and social worker, was a tireless campaigner. She became a leader of the Militant Suffragette movement with the Pankhursts, and in 1907 she was arrested during the 'Women's Parliament', demonstration and sentenced to three weeks in prison. She was editor of 'the Vote', and in 1918, she stood as Labour candidate in Battersea. In Ireland she campaigned against the British policy of internment, visited the Soviet Union and fought against fascism until the end of her life. (Photo by Daily Herald Archive/SSPL/Getty Images)
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