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Tenby, Fishwives 1890

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This is how the 38th (Welsh) Division Memorial erected, with a defiant dragon (the Red Dragon of Wales was the division’s insignia) standing on a 10 feet plinth, facing the woods with the regimental cap badge of the South Wales Borderers carved on one side of the base.

The Welsh Dragon – Welsh: Y Ddraig Goch ("the red dragon") pronounced [ə ˈðraiɡ ˈɡoːχ] – appears on the national flag of Wales. The flag is also called Y Ddraig Goch. The oldest recorded use of the dragon to symbolise Wales is from the Historia Brittonum,

Pulling. It. Off.  1875 -Welsh woman wearing a large top hat.

Swansea, Wales - a lady wearing Welsh national dress (circa Grandma gave me a doll dressed like this.

Three Welsh Ladies at Tea. (ca. 1905 - 1920) Eine Foto - Postkarte, veröffentlicht von Pictorial Stationery Co. Ltd

"Welsh Ladies having tea." I didn't know the Welsh had a cultural costume.looked like. I admit to being stunned by the lack of knowledge about the Welsh culture, but then again, I was raised with the knowledge thanks to my Mum

The proud little Welsh girl in the picture is Jean Sharman. She is also very proud that her father, William Blake, was one of the craftsmen involved. Jean remembers much of the ceremony & meeting the Duke and Duchess of York, but did not meet Princess Elizabeth herself, as she did not accompany her parents.  The Duke and Duchess were later to become George VI and Queen Elizabeth (later The Queen Mother).  She also remembers the royal dog and the royal formalities. Jean is now resides in…

Y Bwthyn Bach, The Little House at Royal Lodge.sort of a top hat!

Women collecting cockles in Pen-clawdd, Glamorgan  Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title: Merched yn casglu cocos ym Mhen-clawdd, Morgannwg  Ffotograffydd/Photographer: Geoff Charles (1909-2002)  Dyddiad/Date: August 10, 1951.

Women collecting cockles in Pen-clawdd, Glamorgan Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title: Merched yn casglu cocos ym Mhen-clawdd, Morgannwg Ffotograffydd/Photographer: Geoff Charles Dyddiad/Date: August

Coal Mining, Women Coal Miners, South Wales, Date: 1890

Coal Mining, Women Coal Miners, South Wales, Date: 1890 They look tough!

This Welsh commentator’s response to Wales beating England in the rugby. | The 28 Most Wonderfully Welsh Things That Have Ever Happened  Even though he bugs me

The 28 Most Wonderfully Welsh Things That Have Ever Happened

This Welsh commentator’s response to Wales beating England in the rugby.

Blaenrhondda dads

Fathers in Blaenrhondda, south Wales, prepare to take their babies out for a walk, as is the custom in the area. The men carry their children in large shawls.

Welsh women in traditional dress.

The Welsh in Patagonia - in a Welsh speaking colony was established in the valley of the Chubut River in Patagonia Argentina. Many of the early settlers struggled through loss of cattle to thieves

One of the cockle ladies of Penclawdd South Wales Mrs Lizzie Davies had worked on the sands for most of her life

Cockle lady of Penclawdd South Wales Mrs Lizzie Davies had worked on the sands for most of her life.

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