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Llanelly and the War. -1

Answering the Call.

Formation of the V.T.C.

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Formation of the V.T.C. LOCAL CORPS WHICH DID USEFUL WORK. In any review of local war activities the formation and equipment of the Volunteer Training Corps must find a worthy place. This fine body of men was brought into being in June, 1915, and kept up its activities to the end. There was a splendid rally when the appeal was made, the inten- tention being to utilize the services of men who although over military age, were perfectly fit and capable of tak- ing up arms for the defence of their country. It was properly felt that such a force would prove invaluable in case of invasion by the enemy. The Corps was recognized as a military unit of H.M. Forces and underwent arduous training. The volunteers were usefully employed in various capacities and never failed to prove their real soldierly qualities.

Llanelly as a Muniton Centre…

Y. M.C.A. Record —«•-—

Red Cross Record i

ISt. John's Ambulance.

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