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Emily Davidson

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During the 1914 Derby horse race, a woman threw herself under the King's horse Anmer and was killed. Emily Davidson took this drastic step to draw attention to the fight for women's right to vote. It took 15 more years, until 1928, for women to be allowed to vote, like men, at 21.

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