Lord And Lady Rhonda 1920-1929

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  • The two references to "Lord Rhonda" should read Lord Rhondda.

    Reducing the clip's current date range of 1920-29, Lord Rhondda died in 1918. A date range of 1910-18 would therefore clearly be nearer the mark.

    jamied 31st Dec 2012
  • The name also needs changing in the clip's title.

    jamied 31st Dec 2012

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