GEORGE CROSS CLUB: REST AND RECREATION FOR MALTESE MERCHANT SEAMEN IN CARDIFF, WALES, UK, SEPTEMBER 1944
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Lieutenant Colonel Aguis, MC (standing centre) gives the opening speech at the opening ceremony of the George Cross Club for Maltese merchant seamen. Also seated at the top table are Alderman James Griffiths (former Lord Mayor of Cardiff and an ex-sea captain), Mr W T Gould, JP, and Sir Arthur Daws, KC, MG, OBE. British and Maltese flags serve as a backdrop for the ceremony.