How the English colonised the Welsh...

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  • ...and other countries, so now you know why we Welsh love to take them on at any sport, particularly rugby.


    English kids saw this in school, but not Welsh?

    Short video on "How the Welsh became second class people in their own areas Fair play ... Timelines.tv was a pretty decent recounting of British history back in the 00s - shown to some English regions for history.

    Posted by Believe in Wales - Credwch yng Nghymru on Thursday, January 24, 2019

  • You welshmen share a great cultural group, included the Galician people of Northern Spain.

    Their common instrument is the blow pipe. Is that right?

    My mother was from Galician descendence.

  • That video was fantastically well done: instructive and straight to the point.


    Given this history, why isn’t Wales always teetering on secession?

  • You welshmen share a great cultural group, included the Galician people of Northern Spain.

    Their common instrument is the blow pipe. Is that right?

    My mother was from Galician descendence.

    My wife's grandfather came to Argentina from Betanzos in Galicia. She's very proud of her Galician heritage and still keeps in touch with members of the family there. We visited the area and with me being a Scot/Celt felt right at home there.