The 6th of February 1918 marks a pivotal date in British history as people across the country will rejoice in celebrating the centennial anniversary of the enfranchisement of women over the age of thirty being granted the right to vote. This important landmark in British history may have happened over three generations ago, but it … More From Seneca Falls to the Nineteenth Amendment: The American Women’s Movement.
One of the biggest concerns for historians of today is how to get the younger generations interested in history. As the school syllabus becomes increasingly more and more narrow for the periods of history it teaches, some of the most important events are being forgotten. However, over the summer, Warwick Castle was the stage … More Wars of the Roses Live, The Show of the Summer!
We all know that red-headed women have a reputation of being passionate, fiery individuals and one most notorious was Boudicca who set a fierce precedent for women. Cassius Dio described her as “possessing a greater intelligence than often belongs to women” and described her as tall with long tawny hair down to her waist, a … More Boudicca: One Bad-Ass Warrior Queen