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Category Archives: Wales
“The Trefechan Bridge protest is considered the first battle for the Welsh language.” Says the daily Post. I disagree with that statement, as Plaid Cymru and others were acting for many decades before that. However, by week’s end, fifty years … Continue reading
I’d lived in Wales for well over a decade before seeing what “everyone” calls the quintessential Welsh film. Like many “Welsh” films, How Green Was My Valley wasn’t made in Wales, but in Hollywood. A few of the accents may … Continue reading
Recently, I’ve heard embittered graduates complain that University was a waste of time. They saw going as purely an economic investment. But, this hasn’t always been the case. Continue reading
Sometimes it seems that folklore is ahead of science. In the thirteenth century, the Physicians of Myddfai apparently linked butter to heart disease. “Do not take butter, as at this time (in November) the blood of all men has a … Continue reading