A new exhibition commemorating the Suffragettes’ fight in Scotland to win women the vote is opening.
The work, at the museum of Edinburgh, marks 100 years since a march in the Scottish capital to boost their cause.
It uses images and eye-witness accounts to tell the story of the Suffragettes’ struggle, which went on until 1928, when women were awarded the vote.
Edinburgh will also stage a re-enactment of the famous march, on 10 October, to mark its centenary.
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