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At the outbreak of the First World War, Pankhurst suspended the activities of the WSPU. She concentrated instead on support for the War and helped the government recruit women into war work, especially in munitions factories. That she was keen to be consulted on matters of government is clear from this letter to Lloyd George who had just become Prime Minister.
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