Welsh Eisteddfod Festival Misleading Title… 1910-1919

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    Eisteddford Festival, Llandudno, Wales.

    Panning shot over heads of cheering crowd, several soldiers stand on platform, in midst of crowd, waving at people. CU young woman playing harp, she wears Welsh national dress. Shots of 2 women wearing Welsh national costumes.

    MS large group of young women in white dresses posing in front of while marquee 2 men among them. MS large group of older men dressed as druids - they are wearing robes and head-dresses.

    Note: item is same as ON 192 C.

    Note: this item has been prepped with wrong title (LLOYD GEORGE AT LLANDUDNO) - Lloyd George does not feature in this story.

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    British Pathé
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    1910 - 1919
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    Black & White
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    01:45:57:00 / 01:47:18:00
    ON 385 R
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    ON 385 R
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