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Title:The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1927. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Sounds and Sweet Airs by Lynn Doyle; The Background to Welsh Political Thought in The 19th ... (Truncated)
Price:GBP£12.00 (about USD$15.80)
Item ID:CI00-224196
Quantity:1
Publisher:Welsh Outlook Press, 1927
Edition:First
Binding:Disbound
Condition:Good
Welsh Outlook Press, 1927, Disbound, Book Condition: Good, First

Full Book Title: The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1927. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Sounds and Sweet Airs by Lynn Doyle; The Background to Welsh Political Thought in The 19th Century by T. Evans; Industrial Disputes and Compulsory Arbitration by D. Henry Rees; Wales and her Colleges by J.M.J.; The Child and World Contacts by rev. Watcyn M. Price; Ecclesiastical Relations between Ireland and Wales: In The Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries by Rev. T. Mardy Rees; Wales and The Rating and Valuation Act, 1925 by Rusticus; Y Llyn by Eluned Temple; Schoolmasters I have Known: Mr. William Griffith Howell, Rhondda by Defynnog Treherbert; Welsh Gipsies by R.E. Davies; Ifan by Gwyneth M. Mills. An original article from the Welsh Outlook magazine, 1927

28 pages. Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Sounds and Sweet Airs by Lynn Doyle; The Background to Welsh Political Thought in The 19th Century by T. Evans; Industrial Disputes and Compulsory Arbitration by D. Henry Rees; Wales and her Colleges by J.M.J.; The Child and World Contacts by rev. Watcyn M. Price; Ecclesiastical Relations between Ireland and Wales: In The Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries by Rev. T. Mardy Rees; Wales and The Rating and Valuation Act, 1925 by Rusticus; Y Llyn by Eluned Temple; Schoolmasters I have Known: Mr. William Griffith Howell, Rhondda by Defynnog Treherbert; Welsh Gipsies by R.E. Davies; Ifan by Gwyneth M. Mills. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Inventory No: 224196.
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