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1928 in Wales

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This article is about the particular significance of the year 1928 to Wales and its people. Incumbents *Archbishop of Wales – Alfred George Edwards, Bishop of St Asaph *Archdruid of the National Eisteddfod of Wales **Elfed (outgoing) **Pedrog (incoming) Events *29 March – The Grwyne Fawr reservoir is completed in the Brecon Beacons by the Abertillery & District Water Board, 16 years after the start of construction (work having been interrupted by World War I). *12 June – The Welsh National War Memorial is unveiled in Cardiff by The Prince of Wales. *18 June – Amelia Earhart lands near Burry Port, becoming the first woman passenger on a Transatlantic flight. *December – Rapallo House, Llandudno, is handed over to the local council to be used as a museum, as a bequest from Francis Edouard Chardon. *unknown dates **Dr John Williams establishes a hospital at Durtlang in the Lushai Hills (Mizoram) of India. *The Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales is founded by
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