Owain Glyndwr: Prince of Wales
The story of the Owain Glyndŵr (Glyn Dŵr) rebellion written by the foremost scholar in this field, Rees Davies. A new translation by Gerald Morgan of his popular Welsh-language account of the rebellion. A masterful study of the life and legacy of Glyn Dŵr, whose revolt against the English rule of Wales in the early 15th century ensured his status as a national hero.
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