Letter written by Sylvia Pankhurst in Holloway prison


Museum of London

Museum of London
London, United Kingdom

Copy of a letter written by Sylvia Pankhurst and smuggled out from Holloway prison. Addressed to her Mother, Emmeline the letter, dated March 18th 1913, graphically describes Sylvia's experience of force-feeding whilst serving a sentence of 2 months hard labour for stone-throwing. The letter was published in the Daily Mail.


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