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This memento booklet was produced to commemorate the 2nd reunion of the 14th (Service) Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers, held at Llandinam from 30th July-4th August 1937, organised by their former Commanding Officer (and Founder of Wales' Temple of Peace), Lord David Davies of Llandinam in the grounds of their home, Plas Dinam.
It survived a fire in Plas Dinam in 2002, and was found by the current Lady Davies in 2019 who loaned it to the Welsh Centre of International Affairs 'Wales for Peace' project for digitisation, and to be made accessible to future generations online via People's Collection Wales.
The Memento Booklet includes:
- Photographs throughout
- Greetings from Lord Davies
- Impressions of the 2nd Reunion
- Remembrance dedication
- Text of Sunday address by Lord Davies
- Promotion of the New Commonwealth Society
- "Bigwigs at the Reunion"
- Reminiscences
- Poetic Tribute
- Suggestions for future activities
- Greetings, messages and thanks
- A Brief History of the 14th Royal Welch Fusiliers
- Roll of ex-officers, warrant officers, NCOs and men who sailed to France on 1st December 1915 (by County)

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