At the Coal Face


Humphrey Jennings' The Cumberland Story (1947) tells about conditions in Britain's mines and the events leading to nationalisation, taking the Cumberland coalfields as an example where improvements in safety and productivity were most in need. Plus Rhondda and Wye (1948) a comparison of the two famous Welsh Valleys and how one developed as a mining area and the other as pastural farmland.

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