Tag: Women

Review Wednesday: A Train In Winter

A Train In Winter is noted as a Toronto Star Best Book, and I couldn’t agree more. A biography that reads like fiction, A Train In Winter is a stark look into WWII’s Nazi occupation of Europe. It’s also a celebration of the courage, sacrifice, duty, and strength of a group of French women who …

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Kings and Lionesses

This week in 1918 the Representation of the People Act 1918 came into effect in Britain. It was the first legal step towards full voting rights for women. 1918. Let that sink in. Little more than one-hundred years ago, women in Britain—the founding nation of colonies that eventually developed into democratic countries (after a little …

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