Category Archives: Very British Civil War

The Action at Penclippin Farm

The Action at Penclippin Farm Hello. Huw Puw reporting once again from the front line for ‘Look Out Wales’. This week I find myself back in West Carmarthenshire. Having survived the ‘glorious victory’ of Titley Junction, the cross-dressing remnants of … Continue reading

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The Battle of Three Cocks 1938

The Battle of Three Cocks (VBCW 1938) Following a string of small victories north of Haverfordwest (most notably at Crundale and Treffgarne-Owen), the Anglican League forces of the Right Reverend Islwyn Davies, Bishop of St David’s had wrested the initiative from the … Continue reading

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The Battle of Crundale, 1938

The Battle of Crundale, 1938 Of all the factions in Pembrokeshire, the King’s faction, led by Lord Tenby (son of Lloyd George and MP for Pembrokeshire at the time of the dissolution of government), was undoubtedly the strongest.  However, it … Continue reading

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