Pat Thane

Equal rewards: returning soldiers are welcomed at a railway station, 1917.

Why did only some women get the vote in 1918 and what did they do with it?

Helena Born and Helen Tufts Bailie under an umbrella, 1896.

The lives of six Victorian radicals shed light on the struggle to establish feminism, social reform and the Labour movement.

Has the British family undergone an unparalleled breakdown since the 1960s, as is often claimed? Pat Thane argues that there never was a golden age of domestic bliss.

Pat Thane examines a publication on Britain in the 20th century and the military-industrial complex.