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    Cardiff and Barry developed as ports to export coal, and the South Wales mining villages and towns grew up because of the demand for coal. In the First and Second World Wars, collieries were placed under government control and on 1 January 1947 the coal industry was nationalised by the UK government and put in the control of the National Coal

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    Coal Mining in South Wales The discovery of rich deposits of coal in the Rhondda and Cynon Valleys of southern Wales during the mid-1800s signaled the start of the country’s industrialization. “Black gold,” some called the coal found in the Rhondda and Cynon Valleys of South Wales

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    Nov 21, 2019· It was a Friday morning on October 21, 1966, shortly after 9:00 a.m. In the South Wales coal mining village of Aberfan, students at the Pantglas Junior School had just began their day's lessons after singing the hymn "All Things Bright and Beautiful," as they did on every other school day before it.

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