Caernarfon: Palace Books, 1990. - 279 pgs. During the wars of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the Welsh language was no stranger to any part of the United Kingdom, being the day to day medium for conversation for no less than 13 Welsh regiments of militia. The Glamorgan Regiment, like the others, did its fair share of 'yomping' around Great Britain and in consequence, it should come as no great surprise to find that the great-great-grandmama of many a long established Glamorgan family was of Kentish, Lancastrian, or West Country stock, and had been brought back across Offa's Dyke by one of Glamorgan's roving militiamen. The author traces the history of this militia through periods of both peace and war. Clearly explained are the systems of military service during the times, its various forms, as also the terms under which those who participated served.
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