The alternative paths towards happiness and fulfilment in the postwar period.
A richly textured portrait of the living standards of women and children in Victorian Britain.
Though remembered as the era of the housewife, momentous change in the status of British women began in the 1950s.
A century ago, the Women’s Congress met with the aim of revolutionising a ravaged political landscape.
The Foreign Office was long a bastion of male chauvinism. Only during the Second World War did women diplomats begin to make their mark.