Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Suffragettes- Police Surveillance, 1913

‘In 1912, Scotland Yard detectives bought their first camera, to covertly photograph suffragettes. The pictures were compiled into ID sheets for officers on the ground.’
Photos uncovered by the National Archives show how the police spied on the suffragettes. These covert images - perhaps the UK's first spy pictures - have gone on display to mark the centenary of the votes-for-women movement.

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1 comment:

sbo said...

I realize those are forsbobet doggies but I would be hard pressed not to eat one ;)