Wales marks the centenary of World War One

August 4th 2014 marks 100 years since the outbreak of World War One. Millions of soldiers from Wales and the rest of the UK enlisted to fight in the conflict, which lasted for four years between 1914 and 1918.

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Granddaughter wears WW1 brooch made at the front line

A brooch made at the front during World War One has been worn at a Great War memorial march in Llandudno today, by the maker's Granddaughter.

George Langford made the brooch from crude gold coloured wire, and sent it to his wife. On one side it is inscribed "George to Beth", and on the other, "With Love". He died on the Somme on 22nd April 1918, at the age of 20.

Today his Granddaughter Mary Oliver wore it during a memorial march in Llandudno, whilst her sister Elizabeth showed off George's war medals.

Brooch made by George Langford, along with his medals, worn by his Granddaughters Credit: Bellis Media

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