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The parade of the bands in Trinidad in the early 1900's
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This has to be post world war two , based on the vehicles and the WWII sailor costumes.
Also, prior to the nineteen forties , the carnival parade as such was a more middle class , sedate affair
. This video appears to be from the more "democratic " post WWII era , when the steelbands brought the common folk to the streets in droves.
Thank you David for the correction ,hey would like to see more archives steel pan in particular
There was NO prohibition of Carnival in the 1920's. Certain aspects of carnival have always been prohibited including carnival of today. But carnival was banned during the second world war in the years 1942-45.
Ah see ah Bat that woulda beat any Carnival King in 2015, ent?
I think its the late 30s carnival was prohibited in the 20s
correct me if I am wrong please
Are you sure this is the 1920's? I saw a pan around the neck.
Amazing, if just a tiny bit shaky. The stuff at the end looks more like 1930's jusdging by the cars.
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