The picture of a Scottish soldier is possibly revealed in this ghost picture taken at a German Cemetery in France. Teenager, Mitch Glover, took this snap of Neuville-St. Vaast German (World War I) Cemetery just north of Arras, France during his school's field trip. He believes the ghost to be wearing a kilt and dressed as a British Army "Seaforth Highlander" -- a renown Scottish military regiment. The boy supposedly thought nothing of ghosts while touring the cemetery, taking photographs. It
“Although giving women the vote became a topical theme of the 1800s it wasn’t until 1893 that New Zealand became the first country in the world to award it. In 1902 Australia followed. It wasn’t until 1918 that Britain followed suit, and even then the vote was given only to certain groups of women, such as householders. Suffragists believed believed in direct action and would do almost anything to get their way.”
Scotland - the £50 note is Elsie Inglis who set up the first woman-run maternity hospital in Scotland and was active in the campaign for women’s rights, joining the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies in 1906.
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