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Omröstning online | Voto.se Suffragette 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. 1 – Margaret Scott 2 – Olive Leared (nee Hockin) 3 – Margaret McFarlane 4 – Mary Wyan (Mary Ellen Taylor) 5 – Annie Bell 6 – Jane Short 7 – Gertrude Mary Ansell 8 – Maud Brindley 9 – Verity Oates 10 – Evelyn Manesta 11 – Mary Raleigh Richardson 12 – May Dennis (nee Lenton) 13 – Kitty Marion (Katherina Maria Schafer) 14 – Lillian Forrester 15 – Miss Johansen 16 – Clara Giveen 17 – Jennie Baines 18 – Miriam Pratt “When Evelyn Manesta, one of the Manchester suffragettes, refused to pose for a picture, a guard was brought in to restrain her in front of the camera. “But when the photograph of Evelyn Manesta appeared, the arm had been removed. Evelyn Manesta before Evelyn Manesta after
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DropSend - Email large files and send large files Super Teacher Tools Scenes From India - In Focus Diversity is everywhere in India, from its religions and languages to its economy, and climates. The second-most populous nation in the world, India is home to more than 1.2 billion people. Most are Hindu, but seven other religions -- including Islam, Christianity and Sikhism -- make up nearly 20 percent of the population. January 26 will be India's 62nd Republic Day, marking the date in 1950 when the country's constitution came into force. Collected here are recent photos from across the vast nation, offering only a small glimpse of the people and diversity of India. [41 photos] Use j/k keys or ←/→ to navigate Choose: Indian soldiers from the Border Security Forces atop camels stand at attention in front of the Presidential Palace during a ceremony in preparation for the annual Beating Retreat in New Delhi, India, on January 17, 2012. An Indian boy in school uniform waits for a rickshaw driver to make an adjustment on a cool morning in New Delhi, India, on December 16, 2011.