Women's Peace Council
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The Women's Peace Council was a group that, during World War I, campaigned for a negotiated end to the conflict. The group's membership was mainly from the Women's Freedom League, a group made up of suffragettes. Many of its members were also pacifists.
- "Women's suffrage movement: The story of Kate Harvey". The Independent. Independent News and Media. 24 November 2005. Retrieved 19 December 2009.
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