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!!> PDF / Epub ☁ Suffrajitsu (Issue 1)  ✍ Author Tony  Wolf – Submitalink.info London, 1914 With Europe On The Brink Of War, The Leaders Of The Radical Women S Rights Movement Are Fugitives From The Law Their Last Line Of Defence Is The Elite Secret Society Of S Women Trained In The Martial Art Of Bartitsu And Sworn To Protect Their Leaders From Arrest And Assault.In Book 1 Of The Suffrajitsu Trilogy, The S Tactics And Fighting Skills Are Put To The Test In Escalating Conflicts With The London And Glasgow Police.


10 thoughts on “Suffrajitsu (Issue 1)

  1. Margaret Sankey Margaret Sankey says:

    The true story is amazing Edith Garrud really did teach British suffragettes ju jitsu to elude police arrest and defend themselves, and with her husband, ran a dojo in Soho that served as a center of feminist activities So I was e


  2. Scott James Scott James says:

    Mrs Pankhurst s s don t disappoint Disclaimer This is a review of an advance copy obtained from the author When I first head about this series, I was very excited that it dealt with one of the most under represented movements of the 20th an


  3. Laura Laura says:

    Sporting one of the best titles ever, Suffrajitsu has the spirit of a possible Hark, a Vagrant 4 panel writ large, if not quite so pithily amusing.It is an alt history imagining of a band of all female martial arts trained enforcers for the luminarie


  4. E E says:

    Received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review There s something intriguing about stories building on historical events twisting in a way that could have change our past in different ways The first part of Tony Wolf s Suffrajitsu Mrs Pankhurst s s, V


  5. Ferdie Ferdie says:

    This was cracking good fun.Its clearly taking a bit of historical liberty and extrapolating on what we know about the women who trained Ju Jitsu and Bartitsu, but I think they preserve the spirit of the time really...


  6. Chinook Chinook says:

    That was a lot of fun Great illustrations and I ve been to both of the settings, London and Glasgow The storyline is interesting and I m curious to see where it will go next.


  7. Mike Voss Mike Voss says:

    Emmeline Pankhurst 1858 1928 was a pioneer of the organized women s rights movement in Edwardian England Along with her daughter Sylvia, she traveled throughout Great Britain, much to the establishment s chagrin, to spread the word and ignite grassroots participation in the movement, which


  8. Ian Wood Ian Wood says:

    This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing no rithmatic , movies, TV Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here Graphic and children s reviews on the blog typically fe


  9. Heather Heather says:

    as I got further into Suffrajitsu, I fell further in love Not only does it have some BA women doing BA things, but I love the dialogue Now, I will take this time to remind potential readers that this is an alternate history and events did not go down like this However, this graphic novel is less about the suf


  10. L. Munro L. Munro says:

    This story starts with the heroine, Persephone, being part of the Bodyguard, or Mrs Pankhurst s s, a group of women who trained to be protectors to the leaders of the Women s Social and Political Union Then we are taken into an alternate reality history, where Persephone is asked to lead a group of her fighting suffrag


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