Wales - Wales in Peace and War

Still from 'Wales' - Taken from 'Films of Britain 1946'

'A picture of Welsh scenery and industry, of Wales's contribution to the war effort. Out of the mountains come coal, copper, iron ore and anthracite. There are scenes of the Rhondda Valley, Cardiff and Swansea Docks and the steel furnaces of Llanelly. In the chapels hymns are sung in the ancient Welsh language.'[1]

11 minutes. 35mm: 1000ft. 16mm: 400ft.

Strand Films

Certificate: U
Distributors: M.G.M.
Producers: Strand
922ft / 10mins
Welsh scenery and industry. Produced for the British Council.[2]
  1. ^ Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1946
  2. ^ Monthly Film Bulletin of the BFI
    New Short Films Issued between January 21 and February 20 [1945]