A new teaching resource Endell Street – Women’s Military Hospital Project, focuses on the changing role of women from the 1900s to 1920, with a particular emphasis on women’s contribution to medical professions during World War One. It focuses on primary sources from the Women’s Library.
More information on the Women’s Military Hospital is available online.
Another site on this subject is the Women’s Suffrage Project developed by the Historical Association and the Association for Citizenship Teaching with support from the Government Equalities Office and Cabinet Office. It provides free access to History and citizenship lessons for Key Stage 3, GCSE and A-level as well as podcasts, film, articles and case studies of suffrage campaigners.
There is also a searchable database of 3,000 individuals who were active in the campaign for women’s suffrage between 1866–1914.