World War I: How Lloyd George rose to power at the height of battle

World War I: How Lloyd George rose to power at the height of battle

The "Welsh wizard" from Llanystumdwy is the only Welsh speaker to have ever held the top job in British politics

Crimean War Veterans James William Randall 4172 is second standing from the right and Edwin Lambert 4812 is 4th Man from the right standing. Royal Welsh Fusilier Edwin Lambert 4812 Born Dorset 1835 died 1915 age 80

Crimean War Veterans James William Randall 4172 is second standing from the right and Edwin Lambert 4812 is Man from the right standing.

The Archives and Special Collections Department at Bangor University talk about Hedd Wyn's ode Yr Arwr which he completed just before his death in battle

World War I: Tragedy of poet Hedd Wyn

World War I: Teenagers killed in the middle of war

World War I: Teenagers killed in the middle of war

Napoleonic Uniform from the Broughton Mainwaring RWF History.

Napoleonic Uniform from the Broughton Mainwaring RWF History.

Real story of the RWF Christmas truce.  http://www.walesonline.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/sainsburys-christmas-advert-amazing-true-8101713

Sainsbury's Christmas advert: The amazing true World War One story behind this year's most evocative advert

In this handout still image of a television advertisement, released by Sainsbury's on Tuesday, Nov. - AP Photo/Sainsbury's My comment: While this is a controversial commercial, it does remind us of man's humanity in the midst of a bloody World War I.

Welsh Boy Soldiers. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-29386190

Welsh Boy Soldiers. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-29386190

Excerpts from Geraint Jones' book and how the war affected the island as the Daily Post launches it's commemorative coverage on the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I

World War I: Island life in wartime - Anglesey At War

Excerpts from Geraint Jones' book and how the war affected the island as the Daily Post launches it's commemorative coverage on the anniversary of the start of World War I

War hero refused leg amputations: Christine Haywood talks about her maternal grandfather John Edward Blundell's experiences of the Great War

World War I: War hero refused leg amputations

War hero refused leg amputations: Christine Haywood talks about her maternal grandfather John Edward Blundell's experiences of the Great War

Design chosen for Flanders War memorial

World War I: Design chosen for Flanders War memorial

The design will feature a six foot high red bronze dragon on top of a Cromlech formed by four Welsh Blue Pennant stones


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Design chosen for Flanders War memorial

World War I: Design chosen for Flanders War memorial

The design will feature a six foot high red bronze dragon on top of a Cromlech formed by four Welsh Blue Pennant stones

http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/nostalgia/world-war-i-regiments-appeal-6739297

World War I: Regiment's appeal for photos of soldiers killed in action

As part of the anniversary of the start of the Great War, the Royal Welch Fusiliers are appealing for photographs of soldiers killed in the conflict

Adrian Hughes from the Home Front Museum in Llandudno describes what life was like for the Army in Llandudno

World War I: Gallant Llewellyn was first to die in the war

World War I: Gallant Llewellyn was first to die in the war

Adrian Hughes from the Home Front Museum in Llandudno talks about the outbreak of the war and the call for volunteers

World War I: Fit enough for football, fit enough to fight

World War I: Fit enough for football, fit enough to fight

David Lloyd George, Prime Minister of Great Britain, 1916-22.

David Lloyd George became Prime Minister a hundred years ago

David Lloyd George, Prime Minister of Great Britain,

Gwynedd Archives Service talk about the role of the ‘Pals’ battalions and the impact on towns and villages during the conflict

World War I: Best Pals set off to fight for victory

World War I: Best Pals set off to fight for victory

War hero refused leg amputations: Christine Haywood talks about her maternal grandfather John Edward Blundell's experiences of the Great War

World War I: War hero refused leg amputations

War hero refused leg amputations: Christine Haywood talks about her maternal grandfather John Edward Blundell's experiences of the Great War

World War I: The goalkeeping showman lost in the trenches

World War I: The goalkeeping showman lost in the trenches

Prince of goalkeepers whose off-field antics would have put George Best to shame will feature at new Wrexham pop up museum

Anglesey World War I veteran's war medal found on eBay

Anglesey World War I veteran's war medal found on eBay

And now its back in Holyhead for the first time iin almost 100 years

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