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Rebirth of a Nation: Wales 1880–1980$

Kenneth O. Morgan

Print publication date: 1980

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E. Secondary Works

E. Secondary Works

(place of publication London unless otherwise stated)

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Rebirth of a Nation: Wales 1880–1980
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1. General Works

Bowen, E. G., Wales: a Physical, Historical and Regional Geography (Cardiff, 2nd ed., 1967)

Coupland, R., Welsh and Scottish Nationalism (1954)

Jenkins, R. T., ‘The Development of Nationalism in Wales’, Sociological Review (1935)

Jones, Brinley (ed.), Anatomy of Wales (Cardiff, 1972)

Morgan, Kenneth O., ‘Welsh Nationalism: the Historical Background’, Jnl. of Contemporary History 6, No. 1 (January 1971)

Morgan, Prys, Background to Wales (Llandybïe, 1968)

Morgan, W. J., The Welsh Dilemma (Swansea, 1973)

Rees, I. Bowen, The Welsh Political Tradition (1961)

Rees, J. F., The Problem of Wales and other Essays (Cardiff, 1963)

Rees, William, Historical Atlas of Wales (1959)

Roderick, A. J. (ed.), Wales through the Ages, ii (Llandybïe, 1960)

Thomas, D. (ed.), Wales: a new Study (Newton Abbot, 1977)

Williams, David, A History of Modern Wales (1950)

Williams, Glanmor, ‘The Idea of Nationality in Wales’, Cambridge Jnl. (1953)

——— Religion, Language and Nationality in Wales (Cardiff, 1979)

Williams, Gwyn A., ‘Twf Hanesyddol y Syniad o Genedl yng Nghymru’, Efrydiau Athronyddol xxiv (1961)

2. Politics, 1880–1914

Awbery, Stan, Labour's Early Struggles in Swansea (Swansea, 1949)

Barker, Michael, Gladstone and Radicalism (Hassocks, 1975)

Bealey, F., and Henry Pelling, Labour and Politics, 1900–1906 (1958)

Brown, K. D. (ed.), Essays in Anti-Labour History (1974)

Davies, A. T., The Lloyd George I Knew (1948)

Davies, Ivor, Top Sawyer (1938)

Davies, Watkin, Lloyd George, 1863–1914 (1939)

Edwards, J. Hugh, The Life of David Lloyd George, 4 vols (with vol. 5 by Saxon Mills, 1913–24)

Edwards, Wil John, From the Valleys I Came (1956)

Ellis, Thomas E., Speeches and Addresses (Wrexham, 1912)

Ellis, Thomas I., Ellis Griffith (Llandybïe, 1969)

——— Thomas Edward Ellis: Cofiant, 2 vols (Liverpool, 1944–8)

Evans, Beriah Gwynfe, Dafydd Dafis: sef Hunangofiant Ymgeisydd Seneddol (Wrexham, 1898)

——— The Life Romance of David Lloyd George (1915)

Fox, Kenneth O., ‘Labour and Merthyr's Khaki Election of 1900’, Welsh History Review, vol. 2, No. 4 (December 1965)

George, W. R. P., The Making of Lloyd George (1975)

(p.432) George, William, Cymru Fydd: Hanes y Mudiad Cenedlaethol Cyntaf (Liverpool, 1945)

——— My Brother and I (1958)

Gregory, R. G., The Miners and British Politics, 1906–1914 (Oxford, 1968)

Griffith-Boscawen, A. S. T., Fourteen Years in Parliament (1907)

——— Memories (1925)

Grigg, John, The Young Lloyd George (1973)

——— The People's Champion (1978)

Hanham, H. J., Elections and Party Management (1959)

Hughes, Emrys, Keir Hardie (1956)

Jones, E. Pan, Oes a Gwaith Michael Daniel Jones (Caernarfon, 1903)

Jones, I. Gwynedd, Health, Wealth and Politics in Victorian Wales (Swansea, 1979)

Jones, K. Idwal, Syr Herbert Lewis, 1858–1933 (Aberystwyth, 1958)

Jones, T. Gwynn, Coflant Emrys ap Iwan (Caernarfon, 1912)

——— Cofiant Thomas Gee (Denbigh, 1913)

Jones-Evans, Peris, ‘Evan Pan Jones - Land Reformer’, Welsh History Review, vol. 4, No. 2 (December 1968)

Jones-Roberts, K. W., ‘D. R. Daniel’, Jnl. Merioneth Hist, and Record Society (1965)

Koss, Stephen, Asquith (1976)

Lambert, W. R., ‘Thomas Williams, Gwaelod-y-Garth’, Glamorgan Historian xi (1975)

——— ‘The Welsh Sunday Closing Act, 1881’, Welsh History Review, vol. 6, No. 2 (December 1972)

Masterman, Neville C., The Forerunner (Llandybïe, 1972)

Miall, C. S., Henry Richard M. P. (1889)

Morgan, J. Vyrnwy, The Life of D. A. Thomas, Viscount Rhondda (1918)

——— (ed.), Welsh Political and Educational Leaders in the Nineteenth Century (1908)

Morgan, Kenneth O., ‘Cardiganshire Politics: the Liberal Ascendancy, 1885–1923’, Ceredigion v, No. 4 (1967)

——— ‘D. A. Thomas: the Industrialist as Politician’, Glamorgan Historian iii (1966)

——— ‘Democratic Politics in Glamorgan’, Morgannwg iv (1960)

——— ‘Gladstone and Wales’, Welsh History Review, vol. 1, No. 1 (1960)

——— ‘The Gower Election of 1906’, Gower xii (1959)

——— Keir Hardie: Radical and Socialist (1975)

——— ‘The Khaki Election in Gower’, Gower xiii (1960)

——— ‘Labour's Early Struggles in South Wales: some New Evidence, 1900–1908’, Nat. Lib. Wales Jnl. xvii, No. 4 (Winter 1972)

——— ‘Liberals, Nationalists and Mr. Gladstone’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1960)

——— ‘The Liberal Unionists in Wales’, Nat. Lib. Wales Jnl. xvi, No. 2 (Winter 1969)

——— Lloyd George (1974)

——— ‘Lloyd George and the Historians’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1972)

——— ‘Wales and the Boer War—a Reply’, Welsh History Review, vol. 4, No. 4 (December 1969)

——— Wales in British Politics, 1868–1922 (Cardiff, 3rd ed., 1980)

——— (ed.), Lloyd George: Family Letters, 1885–1936 (Oxford and Cardiff, 1973)

Nelmes, G. V., ‘Stuart Rendel and Welsh Liberal Political Organisations in the late Nineteenth Century’, Welsh History Review, vol. 9, No. 4 (December 1979)

(p.433) Owen, Frank, Tempestuous Journey (1954)

Parcq, Herbert du, The Life of David Lloyd George, 4 vols (1912)

Parry, Cyril, ‘Gwynedd Politics: the Rise of a Labour Party’, Welsh History Review, vol. 6, No. 3 (June 1973)

——— The Radical Tradition in Welsh Politics (Hull, 1970)

Pelling, Henry, The Origins of the Labour Party, 1880–1900 (1954)

——— The Social Geography of British Elections, 1885–1910 (1967)

——— ‘Wales and the Boer War’, Welsh History Review, vol. 4, No. 4 (December 1969)

Price, R. Emyr, ‘Lloyd George and the Caernarvon Boroughs By-Election of 1890’, Caernarvonshire Hist. Soc. Trans. xxxvi (1975)

——— ‘Lloyd George and Merioneth Politics, 1885, 1886’, Jnl. Merioneth Hist, and Record Soc. vii, No. 3 (1975)

——— ‘Lloyd George's pre-parliamentary Political Career’ (unpublished Bangor M.A. thesis, 1974)

——— ‘Newyddiadur Cyntaf David Lloyd George’, Jnl. Welsh Bibliographical Society xi (1975)

Rathbone, Eleanor, William Rathbone (1905)

Rhondda, Viscountess, and others, The Life of D. A. Thomas, Viscount Rhondda (1921)

Richard, Henry, Letters and Essays on Wales (1884)

Rowland, Peter, Lloyd George (1976)

Smith, Samuel, My Life Story (1902)

Spender, J. A., Sir Robert Hudson: a Memoir (1930)

Williams, Glanmor (ed.), Merthyr Politics: the Making of a Working-Class Tradition (Cardiff, 1966)

3. Politics, 1914–1945

Bayliss, Gwyn M., ‘The Outsider: Aspects of the Political Career of Sir Alfred Mond, First Viscount Melchett’ (unpublished Swansea Ph.D. thesis, 1969)

Cook, C. P., ‘Wales and the General Election of 1923’, Welsh History Review, vol. 4, No. 2 (December 1969)

David, Edward, ‘Charles Masterman and the Swansea District By-Election of 1915’, Welsh History Review, vol. 4, No. 3 (June 1970)

Davies, D. H., ‘The Welsh Nationalist Party, 1925–1945’ (unpublished Cardiff M.Sc. (Econ.) thesis, 1979)

Davies, D. J., The Economics of Welsh Self-Government (Caernarfon, 1931)

Daniel, J. E., Welsh Nationalism: What it Stands for (1937)

Egan, David, ‘The Swansea Conference of the British Council of Soldiers' and Workers' Delegates, July 1917’, Llafur, vol. 1, No. 4 (Summer 1975)

Evans, T. J., Rhys Hopkin Morris (Llandysul, 1957)

Foot, Michael, Aneurin Bevan, 2 vols (1962 and 1973)

Francis, Hywel, ‘Welsh Miners and the Spanish Civil War’, Jnl. of Contemporary History, v, No. 3 (1970)

Griffiths, E. H. Heddychwr Mawr Cymru, 2 vols (Caernarfon, 1967–3)

Griffiths, James, Pages from Memory (1969)

Hopkin, Deian, ‘Patriots and Pacifists in Wales, 1914–18’, Llafur, vol. 1, No. 3 (May 1974)

——— ‘The Merthyr Pioneer’, Llafur, vol. 2, No. 4 (Spring 1979)

(p.434) Humphreys, E. Morgan, Gwŷr Enwog Gynt (Aberystwyth, 1950)

——— Gwŷr Enwog Gynt: yr Ail Gyfres (Aberystwyth, 1953)

John, E. T., Wales: its Politics and Economics (Cardiff, 1919)

Jones, Goronwy J., Wales and the Quest for Peace (Cardiff, 1970)

Jones, W. Hughes, Wales Drops the Pilots (1937)

——— A Challenge to Wales (Caernarfon, 1938)

Kinnear, M., The Fall of Lloyd George: the Political Crisis of 1922 (1973)

Lewis, Saunders, Egwyddorion Cenedlaetholdeb (1926)

Morgan, Kenneth O., Consensus and Disunity: the Lloyd George Coalition Government of 1918–1922 (Oxford, 1979)

——— ‘The New Liberalism and the Challenge of Labour: the Welsh Experience, 1885–1929’, Welsh History Review, vol. 6, No. 3 (June 1973)

——— ‘Twilight of Welsh Liberalism: Lloyd George and the Wee Frees, 1918–1935’, Bull. Bd. of Celtic Studies xii, part IV (May 1968)

Morris, Rhys Hopkin, Welsh Politics (1927)

Morris-Jones, Sir Henry, Doctor in the Whips' Room (1955)

Mowat, C. L., Britain between the Wars, 1918–1940 (1955)

Nicholas, Islwyn ap, Heretic at Large (Llandysul, 1978)

Nicholson, Ivor and Lloyd Williams, Wales: its part in the War (1919)

Pelling, Henry, The British Communist Party (1958)

Roberts. David M., ‘Clement Davies and the fall of Neville Chamberlain, 1939–40’, Welsh History Review, vol. 8, No. 2 (December 1976)

——— ‘Clement Davies and the Liberal Party, 1929–1956’ (unpublished Aberystwyth M.A. thesis, 1976)

Rowlands, E. W., ‘Etholiad Gyffredinol Môn yn 1918’, Anglesey Antiquarian and Field Club Trans. (1976–7)

Smith, J. Beverley and others, James Griffiths and his Times (Cardiff, 1977)

Stead, Peter, ‘Vernon Hartshorn’, Glamorgan Historian vi (1970)

Taylor, A. J. P., English History, 1914–1945 (Oxford, 1965)

——— (ed.), Lloyd George: Twelve Essays (1971)

Zimmern, Sir A., My Impressions of Wales (1927)

4. Politics, 1945–1980

Balsom, D., ‘The nature and distribution of support for Plaid Cymru’ (ECPR Joint Workshop Paper, April 1979)

Davies, D. J., Towards an Economic Democracy (Cardiff, 1949)

Davies, E. Hudson, ‘Welsh Nationalism’, Pol. Quarterly (July–September 1968)

Davies, G. Prys, A Central Council for Wales (Aberystwyth, 1963)

Davies, W. Pennar, Saunders Lewis: ei Feddwl aʼi Waith (Denbigh, 1950)

Edwards, Huw T., Hewn from the Rock (Cardiff, 1967)

Edwards, Owen Dudley and others, Celtic Nationalism (1968)

Ellis, P. Berresford, Wales—a Nation again (1968)

Evans, Gwynfor, Aros Mae (Swansea, 1971)

——— Rhagom i Ryddid (Bangor, 1964)

——— Wales can Win (Llandybïe, 1973)

Fishlock, Trevor, Wales and the Welsh (1972)

Griffiths, Bruce, Saunders Lewis (Cardiff, 1979)

Griffiths, James, Pages from Memory (1969)

(p.435) Harvie, Christopher, Scotland and Nationalism (1977)

Hechter, M., Internal Colonialism (1975)

Jones, J. Barry, ‘The Welsh Labour Party and Devolution’, (Political Studies Assn. Work Group paper, 1977)

Jones, J. E., Tros Gymru (Cardiff, 1970)

Jones, J. R., Prydeindod (Llandybïe, 1966)

Kolinsky, M. (ed.), Divided Loyalties (Manchester, 1978)

Lewis, Robyn, Second-Class Citizen (Llandysul, 1969)

Lloyd, D. M. (ed.), The Historical Basis of Welsh Nationalism (Cardiff, 1950)

Lort-Phillips, P., The Future of Wales (Carmarthen, 1961)

Mayo, Patricia Elton, The Roots of Identity (1974)

Michie, A., and S. Hoggart, The Fact (1978)

Morgan, Alun, ‘The 1970 Parliamentary Election at Merthyr Tydfil’, Morgannwg, xxii (1978)

Morgan, Gerald, The Dragon's Tongue (Cardiff, 1966)

Morgan, Janet (ed.), Richard Crossman: the Diaries of a Cabinet Minister, vols i–iii (1975–7)

Philip, Alan Butt, The Welsh Question: Nationalism in Welsh Politics. 1945–1970 (Cardiff, 1975)

Rawkins, P. M., ‘Minority Nationalism’ (unpublished Toronto Ph.D. thesis, 1976)

Smith, J. B. and others, James Griffiths and his Times (Cardiff, 1978)

Thomas, Ned, The Welsh Extremist (1970)

Thomas, Colin H., ‘Non-Violence and the Development of the Welsh Language Society, 1962–c. 1974’, Welsh History Review, vol. 8, No. 4 (December 1977)

Note: Subsections 2, 3, and 4 do not include contemporary tracts, pamphlets, leaflets, or other ephemeral political literature produced by the political parties and other bodies, of which there is a vast bulk.

5. Economic and Social

Arnot, R. Page, South Wales Miners, 1898–1914 (1967)

——— South Wales Miners, 1914–1926 (1976)

Ashby, A. W., and I. L. Evans, Agriculture of Wales and Monmouthshire (Cardiff, 1949)

Balchin, W. G. V. (ed.), Swansea and its Region (Swansea, 1971)

Ballard, P. H., and E. Jones (eds.), The Valleys Call (Ferndale, 1975)

Barclay, M., ‘“The Slaves of the Lamp”: the Aberdare Miners' Strike, 1910’, Llafur, vol. 2, No. 3 (Summer 1978)

Beacham, Arthur, Depopulation in Mid-Wales (1964)

Bollom, C., Attitudes and Second Homes in Rural Wales (Cardiff, 1978)

Brennan, T., E. Cooney and H. Pollins, Social Change in South-West Wales (1954)

Burn, D., The Steel Industry, 1939–1959 (Cambridge, 1961)

Carter, M., and W. K. D. Davies (eds.), Urban essays (1970)

Colyer, R. J., ‘The Pryse Family of Gogerddan and the Decline of a Great Estate, 1800–1960’, Welsh History Review, vol. 9, No. 4 (December 1979)

Coombes, B. L., These Poor Hands (1939)

Daunton, M. J., ‘The Cardiff Coal Trimmers' Union, 1888–1914’, Llafur, vol. 2, No. 3 (Summer 1978)

——— Coal Metropolis: Cardiff, 1870–1914 (Leicester, 1977)

(p.436) ——— ‘Jack Ashore: Seamen in Cardiff before 1914’, Welsh History Review, vol. 9, No. 2 (December 1978)

Davies, E. T., Religion in the Industrial Revolution in South Wales (Cardiff, 1965)

Davies, Elwyn, and A. D. Rees (eds.), Welsh Rural Communities (Cardiff, 1950)

Davies, John, ‘The End of the Great Estates and the Rise of Freehold Farming in Wales’, Welsh History Review, vol. 7, No. 2 (December 1974)

Davies, P., ‘The Making of A. J. Cook’, Llafur, vol. 2, No. 3 (Summer 1978)

Dunbabin, J. P. D. and others, Rural Discontent in Nineteenth-Century Britain (1974)

Edwards, Ness, The History of the South Wales Miners (1926)

——— History of the South Wales Miners' Federation, vol. i (1938)

Egan, David, ‘The Unofficial Reform Committee and the Miners' Next Step’, Llafur, vol. 2, No. 3 (Summer 1978)

Emmett, Isobel, A North Wales Village (1964)

Evans, Eric Wyn, Mabon (Cardiff, 1959)

——— The Miners of South Wales (Cardiff, 1961)

Francis, Hywel, ‘The Anthracite Strike and the Disturbances of 1925’, Llafur, vol. 1, No. 2 (May 1973)

Frankenburg, R. (ed.), Communities in Britain (1966)

Gidwell, D. I., ‘Philosophy and Geology in Conflict’, Llafur, vol. 1, No. 4 (Summer 1975)

Hare, A. E. C, The Anthracite Coal Industry of the Swansea District (Swansea, 1940)

Hodge, John, Workman's Cottage to Windsor Castle (1931)

Hodges, Frank, My Adventures as a Labour Leader (1925)

Holloway, F. W., ‘Industrial Flintshire in the Interwar Years’ (unpublished Aberystwyth M.A. thesis, 1979)

Holmes, G. M., ‘The South Wales Coal Industry, 1850–1914’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1976)

Hopkins, K. S. (ed.), Rhondda: Past and Future (Ferndale, 1975)

Horner, Arthur, Incorrigible Rebel (1960)

Howell, David, ‘The Impact of Railways on Agricultural Development in Nineteenth Century Wales’, Welsh History Review, vol. 7, No. 1 (June 1974)

——— Land and People in Nineteenth-Century Wales (1977)

Humphrys, Graham, Industrial Britain: South Wales (Newton Abbot, 1972)

Jenkins, David, The Agricultural Community in South-West Wales (Cardiff, 1971)

Jevons, H. S., The British Coal Trade (1915)

John, Brian, Pembrokeshire (Newton Abbot, 1976)

Jones, Emyr, Canrif y Chwarelwr (Denbigh, 1964)

Jones, Ieuan Gwynedd (ed.), Aberystwyth, 1277–1977 (Aberystwyth, 1977)

Jones, Lewis, Cwmardy (1937)

——— We Live (1939)

Jones, P. N., Colliery Settlement in the South Wales Coalfield, 1850 to 1926 (Hull, 1969)

Jones, R. Merfyn, ‘The North Wales Quarrymen's Union, 1874–1900’, Caernarvonshire Hist. Soc. Trans, xxxv (1974)

Jones, Thomas, Rhymney Memories (Newtown, 1938)

Lewis, E. D., The Rhondda Valleys (1959)

Lewis, Richard, ‘The South Wales Miners and the Ruskin College Strike of 1909’, Llafur, vol. 2, No. 1 (Spring 1976)

Lewis, W. J., Leadmining in Wales (Cardiff, 1967)

(p.437) Lambert, W. R., ‘Drink and Work-Discipline in Industrial South Wales’, Welsh History Review, vol. 7, No. 3 (June 1975)

Lindsay, Jean, A History of the North Wales Slate Industry (Newton Abbot, 1974)

Llafur, vol. 2, No. 2 (Spring 1977)—special number on General Strike

Lloyd, Sir J. E. (ed.), A History of Carmarthenshire, vol. ii (1939)

Lloyd, Wynne, Trade and Transport (Swansea, 1940)

Macready, General Sir Nevil, Annals of an Active Life, 2 vols. (1924).

Manners, Gerald (ed.), South Wales in the Sixties (1964)

Marquand, Hilary, Second Industrial Survey of South Wales, 3 vols (Cardiff, 1937)

——— South Wales Needs a Plan (1936)

Minchinton, W. E., The British Tinplate Industry (Oxford, 1957)

——— (ed.), Industrial South Wales, 1750–1914 (1969)

Morgan, J. Vyrnwy, Wales and the War (1916)

Morgan, Kenneth O., ‘Socialism and Syndicalism: the Welsh Miners' Debate, 1912’, Soc. for the Study of Labour History, Bulletin No. 30 (Spring 1975), pp. 22–36.

Morris, J. H. and L. J. Williams, The South Wales Coal Industry, 1841 to 1875 (Cardiff, 1958)

Nevin, E., ‘The Growth of the Welsh Economy’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1966, part I)

——— A. R. Roe, and J. I. Round, Structure of the Welsh Economy (Cardiff, 1966)

Parry, W. J., The Penrhyn Lock-Out (1901)

Parry-Jones, D., Welsh Country Upbringing (1948)

Percival, Geoffrey, ‘The Government's Industrial Estates in Wales, 1936–1975’ (Welsh Development Agency publication, 1978)

Pride, Emrys, ‘The Economic Province of Wales’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1969, part I)

Rees, Alwyn D., Life in a Welsh Countryside (Cardiff, 1950)

Rees, G. L. and others, Survey of the Welsh Economy (1974)

Rees, Sir J. F. and others, The Cardiff Region (Cardiff, 1960)

Richards, P. S., ‘Viscose Rayon Manufacture on Deeside’, Flintshire Hist. Soc. (1967–8)

Rogers, J. Emlyn, ‘North Wales Trade Unionism’, Trans. Denbighshire Hist. Soc. xii (1963)–xxiii (1974)

Rosser, C. and C. Harris, The Family and Social Change: a study of Family and Kinship in a South Wales Town (1965)

Smith, David, ‘The Reorganization of the South Wales Miners' Federation, 1927–39’ (unpublished Swansea Ph.D. thesis, 1976)

——— ‘The Struggle against Company Unionism in the South Wales Coalfield, 1926–1939’, Welsh History Review, vol. 6, No. 3 (June 1973)

Stead, Peter, ‘Schools in Glamorgan Society before 1914’, Morgannwg xix (1975)

——— ‘The Swansea of Dylan Thomas’, Remembering Dylan Thomas (Swansea, 1978)

——— ‘Working-Class Leadership in South Wales, 1900–1920’, Welsh History Review, vol. 6, No. 3 (June 1973)

Thomas, Brinley (ed.), The Welsh Economy (Cardiff, 1962)

Thomas, D. A., ‘The Coal Industry’ in Harold Cox (ed.), British Industries under Free Trade (1903)

——— The Growth and Direction of our Foreign Trade in Coal during the last Half Century (1903)

——— The Industrial Struggle in Mid-Rhondda (Cardiff, 1911)

(p.438) ——— Some Notes on the Present State of the Coal Trade in the United Kingdom with special reference to that of South Wales and Monmouthshire (1896)

Thomas, D. Lleufer, Labour Unions in South Wales (Swansea, 1901)

Thomas, P. S., Industrial Relations (Swansea, 1940)

Vaughan, H. M., The South Wales Squires (1926)

Vincent, J. E., The Land Question in North Wales (1896)

——— The Land Question in South Wales (1897)

——— Tenancy in Wales (1889)

Walters, Rhodri, ‘Labour Productivity in the South Wales Steam-Coal Industry, 1870–1914’, Econ. Hist. Rev. xxviii, No. 2 (1975)

Wilkins, C., History of Merthyr Tydfil (1908)

Williams, D. T., The Economic Development of Swansea … to 1921 (Swansea, 1940)

Williams, Glyn (ed.), Social and Cultural Change in Contemporary Wales (1978)

Williams, J. Roose, Quarryman's Champion (Denbigh, 1978)

Williams, L. J., ‘The Coalowners of South Wales, 1873–80: Problems of Unity’, Welsh History Review, vol. 8, No. 1 (June 1976), pp. 75–93.

——— ‘The Great Miners' Strike of 1898 in South Wales,’ Morgannwg ix (1965)

——— ‘The New Unionism in Wales’, Welsh History Review, vol. 1, No. 4

——— ‘The Road to Tonypandy’, Llafur, vol. 1, No. 2 (May 1973)

Williams, Moelwyn, The South Wales Landscape (1975)

Williams, Siân Rhiannon, ‘The Bedwellty Board of Guardians and the Default Act of 1927’, Llafur, vol. 2, No. 4 (Spring 1979)

Woodhouse, M. G., ‘Rank-and-file Movements among the Miners of South Wales, 1910–1926’ (unpublished Oxford D.Phil. thesis, 1970)

Forthcoming works are

Hywel Francis and David Smith, The Fed: a History of the South Wales Miners in the Twentieth Century (1980)

, and

R. Merfyn Jones, The North Wales Quarrymen's Union (Cardiff, 1980)

6. Constitutional and Administrative

Ambrose, G. P., Monmouthshire County Council, 1888–1974 (Newport, 1974)

Birch, A. H., Political Integration and Disintegration in the British Isles (1977)

Bogdanor, Vernon, Devolution (Oxford, 1979)

Borthwick, R., ‘The Welsh Grand Committee’, Parliamentary Affairs (Summer 1968)

Chappell, E. L., The Government of Wales (1943)

Evans, L. Wynne, ‘The Genesis of the Welsh Department, Board of Education, 1906–7’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1969, part II)

Gibson, E. L., ‘A Study of the Council for Wales and Monmouthshire, 1948–1966’ (unpublished Aberystwyth M.A. thesis, 1968)

Gowan, Ivor, ‘Government in Wales in the Twentieth Century’, in J. A. Andrews (ed.), Welsh Studies in Public Law (Cardiff, 1970)

Jones, Thomas, A Diary with Letters (Oxford, 1954)

——— Leeks and Daffodils (Newtown, 1942)

——— Whitehall Diary, vols, i and ii, ed. by K. Middlemas (Oxford, 1969)

——— Welsh Broth (1952)

Madgwick, Peter and others, The Politics of Rural Wales (1973)

Osmond, John, The Centralist Enemy (Swansea, 1974)

(p.439) ——— Creative Conflict (1978)

Randall, P. J., ‘The Development of Administrative Decentralisation in Wales 1907 to 1964’ (unpublished Cardiff M.Sc. thesis, 1969)

——— ‘The Origins and Establishment of the Welsh Department of Education’, Welsh History Review, vol. 7, No. 4 (June 1975)

——— ‘Wales in the Structure of Central Government’, Public Administration (Autumn 1972)

Rees, I. Bowen, Government by Community (1971)

Roberts, Glyn, The Municipal Development of the Borough of Swansea to 1900 (Cardiff, 1940)

Rowlands, Edward, ‘The Politics of Regional Administration: the Establishment of the Welsh Office’, Public Administration (Autumn 1972)

Trice, J. E., ‘Welsh Local Government Reform—an Assessment of Ad hoc Administrative Reform’, Public Law (Autumn 1970)

Watkins, Sir Percy, A Welshman Remembers (Cardiff, 1944)

7. Religion

Bell, P. M. H., Irish and Welsh Disestablishment (1969)

Davies, E. T., Religion in the Industrial Revolution in South Wales (Cardiff, 1965)

Davies, E. Tegla, ‘Welsh Wesleyan Methodism’, in The Methodist Church: its Origins, Divisions and Reunion (1932)

Davies, T. Eirug (ed.), Y Prifathro Thomas Rees: ei fywyd aʼi Waith (Llandysul, 1939)

Day, G. and M. Fitton, ‘Religion and Social Status in Rural Wales’, Sociological Review 23, No. 4 (November 1975)

Edwards, Archbishop A. G., Landmarks in the History of the Welsh Church (1912)

——— Memories (1927)

Evans, Eifion, The Welsh Revival of 1904 (1969)

Evans, E. Keri, and W. Pari Huws, Y Parch. David Adams, B.A., D.D. (Liverpool, 1924)

de Fursac, J. Rogues, Un mouvement mystique contemporain: le reveil religieux du pays de Galles (1904–1905) (Paris, 1907)

Green, C. A. H., Disestablishment and Disendowment: the Experience of the Church in Wales (1935)

Hughes, R. R., Y Parchedig John Williams, D.D., Brynsiencyn (Caernarfon, 1929)

Jones, Bobi, Llên Cymru a Chrefydd (Swansea, 1977)

Jones, G. Hartwell, A Celt looks at the World (1946)

Jones, R. Tudur, Hanes Annibyniaeth Cymru (Swansea, 1966)

Jones, R. W., John Puleston Jones (Caernarfon, 1929)

Knox, R. Buick, Voices from the Past (Llandysul, 1969)

Koss, Stephen, Nonconformity in Modern British Politics (1975)

Lewis, H. Elfed, Cofiant y Parchedig E. Herber Evans (Wrexham, 1901)

Lerry, George, Alfred George Edwards, Archbishop of Wales (Oswestry, 1940)

Morgan, J. Vyrnwy (ed.), Welsh Religious Leaders in the Victorian Era (1905)

Morgan, Kenneth O., Freedom or Sacrilege? (Cardiff, 1966)

Owen, Eluned E., The Early Life of Bishop Owen (Llandysul, 1958)

——— The Later Life of Bishop Owen (Llandysul, 1961)

Rees, J. Machreth, and J. Owen, Cofianty ParchedigJohn Thomas D.D. (Liverpool, 1898)

(p.440) Rees, Thomas, History of Protestant Nonconformity in Wales (2nd ed., 1883)

Stead, W. T., The Revival of the West (1905)

Walker, David (ed.), A History of the Church in Wales (Cardiff, 1976)

——— ‘The Welsh Church and Disestablishment’, Modern Churchman xiv, No. 2.

Williams, C. R., ‘The Welsh Religious Revival of 1904–5’, British Jnl. of Sociology (1952)

Note: The above section does not include pamphlets and other emphemeral material produced during the disestablishment controversy, which can be weighed by the ton.

8. Education

Davies, J. A., Education in a Welsh Rural County, 1870–1913 (Cardiff, 1913)

Davies, W. Cadwaladr, and W. Lewis Jones, The University of Wales (1905)

Ellis, E. L., The University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1872–1972 (Cardiff, 1972)

Ellis, T. I., The Development of Higher Education in Wales (Wrexham, 1935)

——— John Humphreys Davies (Swansea, 1964)

——— (ed.), The Letters of Thomas Charles Edwards, 2 vols (Aberystwyth, 1952–3)

Evans, D. Emrys, The University of Wales (Cardiff, 1953)

Evans, L. Wynne, Studies in Welsh Education (1974)

Griffiths, S., ‘The Welsh Intermediate Education Act and Cardiganshire’, Ceredigion viii, No. 1 (1976)

Hetherington, H. J., The Life and Letters of Sir Henry Jones, 2 vols (1924)

James, D. Geraint, ‘Sir Isambard Owen’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1976)

Jones, Gareth E., ‘A study of the influence of Central Institutions on the Development of Secondary Education in Wales, 1914–1944’ (unpublished Swansea Ph.D. thesis, 1978)

Jones, Sir Henry, Old Memories (1923)

Jones, K. Viriamu, The Life of J. Viriamu Jones (1915)

Jones, P. Mansell, How they educated Jones (1974)

Jones, W. R., Bilingualism in Welsh Education (Cardiff, 1976)

Kekewich, Sir George, The Education Department and After (1920)

Khlief, B. B., ‘Cultural Regeneration and the School: an Anthropological Study of Welsh-Medium Schools in Wales’, Int. Rev. of Education, 22, No. 2 (1978)

Lloyd, J. E. (ed.), Sir Harry Reichel (Cardiff, 1934)

Masterman, Neville C., J. Viriamu Jones, 1856–1901: Pioneer of the Modern University (Llandybïe, 1958)

Morgan, Iwan (ed.), The College by the Sea (Aberystwyth, 1928)

Pierce, G. O., ‘“The Coercion of Wales Act”; 1904’, in H. Hearder and H. R. Loyn (eds.), British Government and Administration (Cardiff, 1974)

——— A Matter of Primary Urgency (Cardiff, 1979)

Price, D. T. W., The History of St. David's College, Lampeter, vol. 1 (Cardiff, 1977)

Stead, Peter, Coleg Harlech: the First Fifty Years (Cardiff, 1977)

——— ‘Schools and Society in Glamorgan before 1914’, Morgannwg xix (1975)

Stephen, E., History of Education in Merthyr, 1840–1912 (Merthyr, n.d.)

Williams, David, Thomas Francis Roberts (Cardiff, 1961)

Williams, Glanmor, ‘Some reflections on the Gittins Report’, in Aspects of Primary Education: the Challenge of Gittins (1970)

——— and others, Pioneers of Welsh Education (Swansea, 1964)

Williams, Jac L., Ysgrifau ar Addysg (Llandysul, 1966)

(p.441) 9. Welsh Language

Bell, H. Idris, The Crisis of our Time and other Papers (Llandybïe, 1954)

Betts, Clive, Culture in Crisis (Upton, Wirral, 1976)

Bowen E. G. and Harold Carter, ‘Preliminary Observations on the Distribution of the Welsh Language at the 1971 Census’, Geographical Jnl. cxl (1974)

Davies, Cassie, Undeb Cymru Fydd (Denbigh, 1960)

Davies, Elwyn, and H. Lewis (eds.), Celtic Studies in Wales (Cardiff, 1963)

Davies, Gwennant, The Story of the Urdd (Aberystwyth, 1973)

Edwards, Hywel Teifi, Yr Eisteddfod (1976)

Foster, Idris, ‘Sir Ifor Williams’, Proc. of the British Academy liii (1967)

Griffith, R. E., Urdd Gobaith Cymru (Aberystwyth, 3 vols, 1971–3)

Jones, R. Gerallt, A Bid for Unity (Denbigh, 1971)

Jones, Thomas (ed.), Astudiaethau Amrywiol (Cardiff, 1968)

Le Calvez, A., Un cas de bilingualisme: le pays de Galles (Lannion, 1970)

Lewis, G., ‘The Attitude to Language among bilingual Children and Adults in Wales’, Int. Jnl. of Sociology of Language 4 (1975)

Lewis, J. Parry, ‘The Anglicization of Glamorgan’, Morgannwg iv (1960)

Lewis, Saunders, Tynged yr laith (Cardiff, 1962)

Morgan, Gerald, The Dragon's Tongue (Cardiff, 1966)

Price, Glanville, The Present Position of Minority Languages in Western Europe: a selective Bibliography (Cardiff, 1969, with supplements in the periodical Orbis)

Pryce, W. T. R., ‘Wales as a Culture Region’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1978)

——— ‘Welsh and English in Wales, 1750–1971: a spatial analysis based on the Linguistic Affiliation of Parochial Communities’, Bull. Bd. Celtic Studies xxviii, part I (November 1978)

Roberts, Brynley, ‘Syr Edward Anwyl’, Trans. Hoc. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1968, part I)

Stephens, Meic (ed.), The Welsh Language Today (Llandysul, 1973)

Thomas, Alun R., The Linguistic Geography of Wales (Cardiff, 1973)

Thomas, J. Gareth, ‘The Geographical Distribution of the Welsh Language’, Geog. Jnl. 122 (1956)

Williams, D. Trevor, ‘Linguistic Divides in North Wales’, Arch. Camb. xci (1936)

——— ‘Linguistic Divides in South Wales’, Arch. Camb xc (1935)

——— ‘A Linguistic Map of Wales’, Geog. Jnl. 89 (1937)

Williams, Glyn (ed.), Social and Cultural Change in Contemporary Wales (1978)

For the language, the reader should also consult articles in Bibliotheca Celtica, Studia Celtica, Llên Cymru, and the Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies (Language and Literature section), together with such periodicals as Y Geninen, Y Llenor and Y Traethodydd.

10. Welsh Literature

Adams, S., and G. R. Hughes (eds.), Triskel One (Llandybïe, 1971)

and

Triskel Two (Llandybïe, 1973)

Bell, H. Idris, ‘The Welsh Literary Renascence of the Twentieth Century’, Proc. of British Academy xxxix (1953)

Bowen, Geraint (ed.), Y Traddodiad Rhyddiaith yn yr Ugeinfed Ganrif (Llandysul, 1976)

(p.442) Conran, Anthony (ed.), Penguin Book of Welsh Verse (1967)

Davies, Sir Alfred T., ‘O. M.’: a Memoir (1946)

Davies, Aneurin Talfan (ed.), Gwŷr Llên (Cardiff, 1948)

Davies, Pennar, Saunders Lewis: ei feddwl aʼi Waith (Denbigh, 1950)

Davies, W. Beynon, Thomas Gwynn Jones (Cardiff, 1970)

Foster, Idris (ed.), Cyfrol Deyrnged Syr Thomas Parry-Williams (National Eisteddfod, 1967)

Griffiths, Bruce, Saunders Lewis* (Cardiff, 1979)

Griffiths, J. Gwyn, D. J. Williams: Cyfrol Deyrnged (Llandysul, 1965)

Gruffydd, R. Geraint (ed.), Meistriʼr Canrifoedd (Cardiff, 1973)

Gruffydd, W. J., Hen Atgofion (Aberystwyth, 1936)

——— Owen Morgan Edwards: Cofiant, vol. i (Aberystwyth, 1936)

Jenkins, Dafydd, D. J. Williams* (Cardiff, 1973)

Jenkins, David, Thomas Gwynn Jones (Denbigh, 1973)

Jenkins, R. T., Edrychyn Ôl (Cardiff, 1968)

Jones, Alun R., and Gwyn Thomas (eds.), Presenting Saunders Lewis (Cardiff, 1973)

Jones, Bedwyr Lewis, R. Williams Parry* (Cardiff, 1972)

Jones, Bobi (ed.), Kate Roberts: Cyfrol Deyrnged (Denbigh, 1969)

Jones, Gwilym Arthur, Bywyd a Gwaith Owen Morgan Edwards (Aberystwyth, 1958)

Jones, R. Gerallt (ed.), Poetry of Wales, 1930–1970 (Llandysul, 1974)

——— T. H. Parry-Williams* (Cardiff, 1978)

Jones, R. M., Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg, 1936–1972 (Llandybïe, 1972)

Jones, Thomas (ed.), Astudiaethau Amrywiol (Cardiff, 1968)

Lewis, Saunders, Canlyn Arthur (Aberystwyth, 1958)

——— An Introduction to Contemporary Welsh Literature (Wrexham, 1926)

Lloyd, D. Myrddin (trans), W. J. Gruffydd: the Years of the Locust (Llandysul, 1976)

Lloyd, D. Tecwyn, and G. Rees Hughes (eds.), Saunders Lewis (Llandybïe, 1975)

Llywelyn-Williams, Alun, Y nos, y niwl aʼr ynys: Agweddau ar y Profiad Rhamantaidd yng Nghymru, 1890–1914 (Cardiff, 1960)

——— R. T. Jenkins* (Cardiff, 1977)

——— Yn Nes naʼr Hanesydd? (Denbigh, 1972)

Meredith, J. E., Gwenallt: Bardd Crefyddol (Llandysul, 1974)

Morgan, Derec Llwyd, Kate Roberts* (Cardiff, 1974)

Morgan, Dyfnallt, D. Gwenallt Jones* (Cardiff, 1972)

——— Rhyw Hanner leuenctid (Swansea, 1971)

Morgan, Gerald (ed.), This World of Wales (Cardiff, 1968)

Morgan, T. J., W. J. Gruffydd* (Cardiff, 1970)

Nicholas, James, Waldo Williams* (Cardiff, 1975)

——— (ed.), Waldo—Cyfrol Deyrnged (Cardiff, 1977)

Owen, Dafydd, Cynan (Cardiff, 1979)

Parry, T. Emrys, Barddoniaeth Robert Williams Parry (Denbigh, 1973)

Parry, Thomas, A History of Welsh Literature (trans. H. Idris Bell, Oxford, 1955)

——— John Morris-Jones (Cardiff, 1958)

——— Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg, 1900–45 (Liverpool, 1945)

——— (ed.), Oxford Book of Welsh Verse (Oxford, 1962)

Parry, Thomas and Merfyn Morgan (eds.), Llyfryddiaeth Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg (Cardiff, 1976)

Parry-Williams, T. H., Syr John Rhŷs (Cardiff, 1954)

(p.443) Rees, Edward T., T. Rowland Hughes: Cofiant (Llandysul, 1968)

Rowlands, John, T. Rowland Hughes* (Cardiff, 1975)

Smith, J. Beverley, ‘John Gwili Jenkins, 1872–1936’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1974–5)

Thomas, David, Silyn (Liverpool, 1956)

Triskel Two (Llandybïe, 1973)

Williams, Gwyn, An Introduction to Welsh Literature (Cardiff, 1978)

Williams, J. E. Caerwyn (ed.), Literature in Celtic Countries (Cardiff, 1971)

——— ‘Syr John Morris-Jones’, Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion (1965, part I, and 196, part II)

The best way of approaching Welsh-language literature is through periodicals such as Y Beirniad, Y Genhinen, Y Lienor, Lleufer, Y Traethodydd and Y sgrifau Beirniadol (listed in section C, 2 above), and, of course, the other writings of the poets and prose authors in question. The University of Wales Press series, ‘Writers of Wales’, is excellent: its volumes are asterisked above.

11. Anglo-Welsh Literature

Adam, G. F., Three Contemporary Anglo-Welsh Novelists (Berne, 1948)

Adams, S., and G. R. Hughes (eds.), Triskel One: Essays on Welsh and Anglo-Welsh Literature (Llandybïe, 1971)

;

Triskel Two (Llandybïe, 1973)

———, and R. Mathias (eds.), The Shining Pyramid and Other Stories by Welsh Authors (Llandysul, 1970)

Dale-Jones, D., Emlyn Williams* (Cardiff, 1979)

Davies, Walford, Dylan Thomas* (Cardiff, 1972)

——— (ed.) Dylan Thomas: New Critical Essays (1972)

Edwards, Keri, Jack Jones* (Cardiff, 1974)

Evans, George E wart (ed.), Welsh Short Stories (1959)

Ferris, Paul, Dylan Thomas (1978)

FitzGibbon, Constantine, The Life of Dylan Thomas (1965)

——— (ed.), Selected Letters of Dylan Thomas (1966)

Garlick, Raymond, ‘Is there an Anglo-Welsh Literature?’ in Williams, J. E. Caerwyn (ed.), Literature in Celtic Countries (Cardiff, 1971)

——— An introduction to Anglo-Welsh Literature* (Cardiff, 1970; 2nd ed. 1972)

Griffiths, Bryn (ed.), Welsh Voices (1967)

Hockey, L., W. H. Davies* (Cardiff, 1971)

Hooker, J., John Cowper Powys* (Cardiff, 1973)

Jenkins, I., Idris Davies* (Cardiff, 1972)

John, Alun, Alun Lewis* (Cardiff, 1970)

Jones, Glyn, ‘The Second Flowering’ in British Poetry Since 1960 (Oxford, 1972)

——— The Dragon Has Two Tongues (1968)

Jones, Gwyn, The First Forty Years: Some Notes on Anglo-Welsh Literature (Cardiff, 1957)

——— (ed.), Oxford Book of Welsh Verse in English (Oxford, 1977)

——— Being and Belonging (Cardiff, 1977)

———, and Islwyn Ffowc Elis (eds.), Twenty-Five Welsh Short Stories (Oxford, 1971)

Lewis, Saunders, Is There an Anglo-Welsh Literature? (Cardiff, 1939)

Mathias, Roland, ‘Thin Spring and Tributary: Welshmen Writing in English’ in Jones, R. Brinley (ed.), Anatomy of Wales (Cardiff, 1972)

(p.444) ——— Vernon Watkins* (Cardiff, 1974)

Michael, D. P. M., Arthur Machen* (Cardiff, 1971)

Michael, Ian, Gwyn Thomas* (Cardiff, 1977)

Morgan, Gerald (ed.), This World of Wales: An Anthology of Anglo-Welsh Poetry from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century (Cardiff, 1968)

Norris, Leslie, Glyn Jones* (Cardiff, 1973)

Poetry Wales: special number on R. S. Thomas (Spring 1972)

Price, Cecil, Gwyn Jones* (Cardiff, 1976)

Rees, David, Rhys Davies* (Cardiff, 1975)

Rhys, Keidrych (ed.) Modern Welsh Poetry (1944)

Richards, Alun (ed.), Penguin Book of Welsh Short Stories (Harmondsworth, 1976)

Thomas, R. George, R. S. Thomas (1964)

Watkins, Gwen, and Ruth Pryor (eds.), That I Was Born in Wales (Cardiff, 1976)

Williams, John Stuart, and Stephens, Meic (eds.), The Lilting House: An Anthology of Anglo-Welsh Poetry 1917–1967 (London and Llandybïe, 1969)

Williams, Trevor L., Caradoc Evans* (Cardiff, 1970)

Anglo-Welsh Literature can also be approached through such periodicals as Wales (1937–40, 1943–9, 1958–60)

,

The Welsh Review (1939–48)

,

Dock Leaves (1949–57)

,

The Anglo-Welsh Review (1957– )

,

Poetry Wales (1965– )

, and

Planet (1970–9)

, all listed in section C, 2 above, and, of course, through the other writings of the poets and prose authors in question. Volumes asterisked in the main list above are in the University of Wales Press ‘Writers of Wales’ series, which should be consulted for other and forthcoming titles and as a joint context for the treatment also of Welsh-language writers.

12. Other Arts and Broadcasting

Bell, David, The Artist in Wales (1957)

Bowen, H. (ed.), Architecture in Wales (Cardiff, 1966–9)

Boyd, M., William Mathias* (Cardiff, 1978)

Briggs, Asa, The History of Broadcasting in the United Kingdom, vols i–iv (Oxford, 1961–79)

Chappell, Edgar L., Cardiff's Civic Centre (Cardiff, 1946)

Cleaver, Emrys, Musicians of Wales (Ruthin, 1968)

Colles, H. C, Walford Davies (Oxford, 1942)

Crossley-Holland, P. (ed.), Music in Wales (1948)

Deane, B., Alun Hoddinot* (Cardiff, 1978)

Dunthorne, K. (ed.), Artists exhibited in Wales, 1945–74 (Cardiff, 1976)

Edwards, Owain T., Joseph Parry (Cardiff, 1970)

Evans, E. Keri, Cofiant Dr. Joseph Parry (Cardiff, 1921)

Graham, J., A Century of Welsh Music (1923)

Griffith, R. D., Hanes Canu Cynulleidfaol Cymru (Cardiff, 1948)

Hilling, John B., Cardiff and the Valleys (1973)

——— The Historic Architecture of Wales (Cardiff, 1976)

——— Plans and Prospects—Architecture in Wales, 1780–1914 (Cardiff, 1975)

Hughes, Glyn Tegai and others (eds.), Gregynog (Cardiff, 1977)

Jones, R. E., David Wynne* (Cardiff, 1979)

Lewis, Idris, Cerddoriaeth yng Nghymru (Liverpool, 1947)

Mullins, E. Joseph Herman (1967)

(p.445) Parrott, H. Ian, The Spiritual Pilgrims (Narberth, 1969)

Rees, T. Mardy, Welsh Artists (Caernarfon, 1912)

Rowan, Eric, Art in Wales, 1850–1975 (Cardiff, 1978)

Smith, J. Sutcliffe, Impressions of Music in Wales (Penmaenmawr, 1948)

Stephens, Meic (ed.), The Arts in Wales, 1950–1975 (Cardiff, 1979)

——— (ed.), Artists in Wales, i–iii (Llandysul, 1971–77)

Thompson, D., Ceri Richards (1963)

Webster, J. R., Ceri Richards (Cardiff, 1961)

——— ‘“For Wales—see England”; the Artist in Wales’, in B. Jones (ed.), Anatomy of Wales (Cardiff, 1972)

——— Joseph Herman (Cardiff, 1962)

Williams, W. S. Gwynn, Welsh National Music and Dance (?1933)

Wright, Kenneth, Gentle are its Songs (1973)

Young, Percy, A History of British Music (1967)

Volumes asterisked above are in the University of Wales Press ‘Composers of Wales’ series which should be consulted for other, forthcoming titles. Music in Wales can also be approached in the Guild for the Promotion of Welsh Music's journal, Welsh Music (1947– ).

13. Sport

Billott, John, The History of Welsh International Rugby (Ferndale, 1970)

Collins, W. J. T., Rugby Recollections (Newport, 1948)

Edwards, Gareth, Gareth: an Autobiography (1978)

Jenkins, Geraint H., Cewri Pêl-Droed yng Nghymru (Llandysul, 1977)

Thomas, J. B. G., and Rowe Harding (eds.), Rugby in Wales (Llandybïe, 1970)

Wooller, Wilfrid, The History of Glamorgan Cricket (1971)

An official history of the Welsh Rugby Union is currently being prepared by David Smith and Gareth Williams for the centenary in 1980. (p.446)