Cardiff Special - Welsh Regiment Chapel… 1956

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    Llandaff, Wales.

    LV. Llandaff Cathedral. GV. Interior, pan across the pews. GV. Arch of the cathedral, tilting down inside memorial chapel. GV. The altar. GV. The Bible stand. SV. The Welsh Coat of Arms carved on the side of a pew. GV. The cases holding the Rolls of Honour. CV. The Roll of Honour of the Welsh Regiment, the Second World War 1939-1945. LV. Two officers take a wreath shaped like a Crest to the altar. GV. Exterior, camera tilts down to show people going in. SV. Old Contemptibles and some present day soldiers going in. SV. Mayors and Mayoresses, including Mayors of Aberdare and Rhondda and their wives. SV. Mayor and Mayoress of Methyr Tydfil going in. SV. Government representative, Home Secretary Mr Gwilym Lloyd George, entering the Church. GV. The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, D. T. Williams, walking towards people, preceded by mace bearers. He is greeted by the Dean and Colonel Lomax, Colonel of the Welsh Regiment.

    (Orig.Neg.) (Title scene L.)

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    British Pathé
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    01:24:46:00 / 01:26:06:00
    56/78 Special
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    56/078 Special
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