University of Wales Press, 1994 - History - 356 pages
The information provided in this book aims to fill a gap in the reference literature on Wales and contains all the facts that the reader would want to know about the country. The contents are arranged under 17 subject headings in lists and tables so that information can be easily located.
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Government and Politics Law Courts the Police
The Welsh Language National and Urdd Eisteddfodau Welsh
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Aberdare Abergavenny Aberystwyth Acute Anglesey August Bangor became Blaenau born Borough Brecon Bridgend Britain British Caernarfon Caerphilly Canal Cardiff City Carmarthen Castle Centre Championship Chepstow Clwyd College Colliery Colwyn Bay Conservative Conwy Council County crashed crew Dafydd David Davies Denbigh District drowning Dyfed Edward elected Evans Festival Ffestiniog Griffiths Gruffudd Gwent Gwilym Gwynedd Hall Haverfordwest hectares Holyhead House Hughes January John Jones killed Labour Lewis Liberal Llandudno Llanelli Lloyd Llyn Llywelyn London Lord Merthyr Tydfil Mid Glamorgan miles Milford Haven Monmouth Monmouthshire Museum National Eisteddfod Neath Newport North Wales Owain Owen Pembroke Pembrokeshire Plaid Cymru Pontypool Pontypridd Port Talbot Powys Railway Regiment Rhondda Rhyl Rhymney Rhys Richard Road Roberts Royal rugby union School South Glamorgan South Wales St David's Swansea Theatre Thomas Thursday University of Wales Urdd Vale Valley Wales was opened Wednesday Welsh Welsh-language West Glamorgan Williams Wrexham Ynys