What are the causes of the decline?
A series of talks for discussion groups, arranged by Brinley Thomas
These talks deal with the changes which have affected the social, cultural and industrial life of South
Wales during the past twenty years
The subject-matter of this evening's talk will concern the changes in the fortunes of the coal-mining, iron, steel, and tinplate industries since 1921. and the various causes that have contributed to the industrial decline of South Wales.
E. M. Prys-Jones (mezzo-soprano)
Hubert Pengelly (pianoforte)
E M Prys-Joncs, a soloist in this programme, is an Associate of the London College of Music She is a member of the Gorsedd, her bardic name being Curigwen G angwy, and has won over a hundred prizes in Eisteddfodau. At the Machynlleth
Eisteddfod she was one of those who took par, in the proclamation ceremony.
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