Loading...
Margaret Haig, Viscountess Rhondda entry: Overview screen.
Cite
Overview
Writing
Life
Writing and Life
Timeline
Excerpts
Works By
Margaret Haig, Viscountess Rhondda, is remembered for her leading role in the struggle for suffrage and equality, as a founder of the Six Point Group, and the woman who made possible the very influential Time and Tide: An Independent Non-Party Weekly Review. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography calls her the leading feminist during a long stretch of the twentieth century. She wrote letters, pamphlets, editorials, a memoir, and two collections of essays, travel writing and reviews.
Milestones
12 June 1883 Margaret Haig Thomas (later MHVR) was born in Princes Square, Bayswater, London, an only (or only legitimate) child. Bibliographic Citation link.
By March 1933 MHVR published with Macmillan her autobiography, This Was My World. Bibliographic Citation link.
20 July 1958 MHVR died of cancer at the age of seventy-five. Bibliographic Citation link.
Back to Top