(Untitled), 20 Aug 1911
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Telegram from King George V to WSC thanking him for his telegram informing him that the strike has ended, and for the accounts he has provided during the strike. The King says that he is pleased that the troops are to return to their districts and expresses regret for the "unfortunate incident at Llanelly [Camarthenshire, Wales]". He also congratulates WSC on the measures he took which prevented further loss of life. Manuscript.
- 20 Aug 1911
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