Gwynoro Jones discovers views shared with Gwynfor Evans and Saunders Lewis
On the making and making up of Welsh history: A response to David Melding, Robert Stradling and Tim Williams
Richard Wyn Jones responds to recent discussions over his book ‘the Fascist Party in Wales?’.
Fascists! Fascists? – Plaid and the charges of extremism
Listen to an outstanding panel debate the historic claim that some of Plaid’s founders flirted with Fascism in the 1920s and 30s
The Fascist Party in Wales?
David Melding reviews the debate linking Wales and fascism.
The hunt for Welsh fascists
Dafydd Glyn Jones questions whether it is justified to speculate that Saunders Lewis moved steadily towards the right in the 1930s
Wales’ European vocation
Kenneth O. Morgan examines how our relationship with Europe has been articulated by four political leaders across two centuries
Elystan Morgan’s tryst with Wales
Emrys Roberts engages with the memoirs of a key figure in 20th Century Welsh politics
Census should ignite fight for Welsh
Chelsea Fraley says the most important factor in the survival of the language is whether people are willing to speak it
The Rosa Parks of the Welsh language movement
Meic Stephens says Eileen Beasley was a campaigner of remarkable resilience