7 Welsh history: image resources

7.7 Wales between the Wars

Image 1: Cardiff Docks, 1923. (Source: County of South Glamorgan Libraries.)
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Image 2: Dowlais iron and steel works in 1912, on the occasion of a visit by King George V and Queen Mary. (Source: Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum.)
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Image 3: Unemployed men clearing dumps in south Wales
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Image 4: Queen Street, Cardiff, c. 1939. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library.)
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Image 5: Coleg Harlech, 1939
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Image 6: Emrys Davies and Arnold Dyson, inter-war Glamorgan batsmen
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Image 7: Tommy Farr. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library.)
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Image 8: Aneurin Bevan and Jenny Lee on their wedding day. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library.)
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Image 9: Lewis Valentine, Saunders Lewis (centre), and D.J. Williams. (Source: National Library of Wales.)
From: Wales between the Wars, page 83
Image 10: James Griffiths. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture library.)
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Image 11: Rachel Thomas as ‘the Welsh Mam’ in Blue Scar, 1948. (Source: MacQuitty Collection.)
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Image 12: Late evening in the kitchen. Bill Brandt, 1936. (Source: Copyright estate of Bill Brandt — courtesy of Noya Brandt.)
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Image 13: Pencil-making in Port Penrhyn, c. 1940. (Source: Gwynedd Archives Service.)
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Image 14: Cookery book cover, c. 1930
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Image 15: 1934, Welsh hunger marchers resting. (Source: Dora Cox.)
From: Wales between the Wars, page 108
Image 16: Paul Nash illustration for a cover of The Labour Woman
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Image 17: 1934, Welsh hunger marchers. (Source: Dora Cox.)
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Image 18: A poignant image from the 1930s – empty coal trucks from Ralph Bond’s 1937 film Today We Live
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Image 19: An audience in a cinema in the 1930s. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library.)
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Image 20: Poster for The Proud Valley (Source: Weintraub Entertainment (Administration) Limited.)
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Image 21: Haggar’s Cinema, Aberdare. (Source: Aberdare Central Library.)
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Image 22: Lewis Jones (centre) greets Arthur Griffiths on his release from prison in 1936. (Source: South Wales Miners’ Library.)
From: Wales between the Wars, page 145
Image 23: Kate Roberts. (Source: Welsh Arts Council.)
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Image 24: Gwyn Jones. (Source: Welsh Arts Council.)
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Image 25: Idris Davies
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Image 26: D. Gwenallt Jones (Gwenallt). (Source: Welsh Arts Council.)
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Image 27: Gwyn Thomas. (Source: Welsh Arts Council.)
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Image 28: Raymond Williams. (Source: Welsh Arts Council.)
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