1909 in Wales

This article is about the particular significance of the year 1909 to Wales and its people.

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1909
in
Wales

Centuries:
Decades:
See also:
1909 in
The United Kingdom
Ireland
Scotland

IncumbentsEdit

EventsEdit

 
16 January: Edgeworth David

Arts and literatureEdit

AwardsEdit

New booksEdit

English languageEdit

Welsh languageEdit

MusicEdit

SportEdit

 
Freddie Welsh

BirthsEdit

DeathsEdit

 
January:Frederick Courtenay Morgan

ReferencesEdit

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