Welsh Fusiliers marching down street in Liverpool on St. David's Day
St David's Day 1917 - Part 1.
World War One. Holidays. St. David's Day (Welsh holiday). Welsh Fusiliers marching down street in Liverpool.
A car (with top down) decorated with flowers; fabric; etc. drives by. CU women in traditional Welsh costume with boxes hanging round their necks; and wearing both daffodil flowers and little pins or badges; some charm or patriotic symbol. CU one of these women distributing the pins (or whatever); talking to a soldier.
More of parade. Marching band. Soldiers marching. More of same; with one of the Fusiliers leading a goat mascot along in front of a drum section.
More of St. David's Day on ON 042 N.
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