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Image number
GCL3153996
Title
WOMEN'S RIGHTS: DERBY 1913 The scene at the Derby moments after militant suffragette Emily Wilding Davison threw herself before the King's horse, 4 June 1913; Miss Davison, who later died of her injuries, and jockey Herbert Jones, who sustained only a broken rib, lie on either side of the fallen horse as the other horses continue around
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS: DERBY 1913 The scene at the Derby moments after militant suffragette Emily Wilding Davison threw herself before the King's horse, 4 June 1913; Miss Davison, who later died of her injuries, and jockey Herbert Jones, who sustained only a broken rib, lie on either side of the fallen horse as the other horses continue around
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Granger / Bridgeman Images
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/ movement / women / june / racetrack / horse race / exterior / suicide / england / wilding / death / early / feminism / trample / photograph / protester / track / english / davison / jon / derby / jones / 1913 / jockey / emily / herbert / suffragette

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