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A History of Wales 1906-2000 by D. Gareth Evans


A History of Wales 1906-2000 by D. Gareth Evans

This text aims to cover four main area of change during the 20th century: the political scene, social changes, economic developments and culture and educational features. The book is divided into two main chronological sections: the first part examines the period from 1900-1945; while the second traces the changes in Welsh history from 1945 to 2000. Each chapter is sub-divided to make reading easier.


eminently balanced account -Journal of Contemporary History , . . a solid piece of work, diligently, if not exhaustively, researched. -Planet , . . I recommend it to all students of Welsh history and to the lay reader who wants a concise and elegantly written account of the main forces which have shaped Wales . . . -Western Mail

About the Author

D. Gareth Evans was born in Alltwen, Pontardawe. He held the post of Principal Lecturer and Head of the History Department at Trinity College, Carmarthen.

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Publication date

30th May 2000


D. Gareth Evans

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University of Wales Press


464 pages


20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000



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