As one of the first women to serve in the British Parliament, Katharine Stewart-Murray openly condemned Josef Stalin and the atrocities committed by his Communist regime when other British leaders turned a blind eye. She spoke out critically about domestic policies in the UK that she derided as having “national socialist tendencies.” She sounded the alarm about Adolf Hitler, warning of his violent plans for invasion and genocide, while others were content with appeasing the Nazi dictator. She did what was right despite the consequences.
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