Women who change the world are remembered and appreciated throughout their lives. This is a fact that all people should know. Powerful, brilliant and inspiring women have literally changed the course of human history and shaped our society in many ways. Some were born into power and some achieved incredible greatness as a result of their passionate beliefs and commitment to social change. Throughout the decades, history has witnessed some extremely strong, determined and brilliant women who were trailblazers for women’s rights and cultural equality and have truly defined the world of politics, science, aviation and literature.
Some of the most influential women throughout history include: Anna Jarvis, Winston Churchill, Elma Clark, Enid Blyton, Queen Victoria, Mahatma Gandhi, Yesthey Elzai, Martin Luther King, utchi Sehgal, Nelson Mandela, Diana Frances Spencer, Oprah Winfrey, Florence Nightingale, Judy Garland, Madeleine Versone and Joanna Hoover. Other names on this list of women who changed the world include: Florence Nightingale, Louisa May Alcott, Enid Blyton, Elizabeth Gurley Cook, Margaret Anderson, Florence Nightingale, Anna Jarvis, Winston Churchill, Enid Blyton, and Anna Kournikova. Who of these women would you like to see on a postage stamp? It may surprise you.
If you’re looking for more historical facts about these influential women, just type their names into Google or a book review website and you may find biographies, obituaries, newspapers, and even historical filmographies. They may surprise you with what you find out about their lives. Some of these famous women did not live long enough to receive the credit they deserve for their accomplishments, but they certainly changed the world. You can keep these women alive in your memory by stamping their names on a postage stamp.