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Reporting the Great War in Cardiganshire

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On 11/22/2016 at 12:24, Dai Bach y Sowldiwr said:

Ar ran y fforwm, hoffwn gynnig ein gwerthfawrogiad i chi'ch dwy am y gwaith caled cyson a wnewch i ddarparu'r wybodaeth yma yn rheolaidd.

Diolch

 

Thanks for all your hard work.

 

Diolch o galon, Dai. Margaret yw'r arwres yma!

 

A dyma wythnos 116 - and here's week 116:

 

https://ww1ceredigion.wordpress.com/2016/11/23/wythnosweek-116-20-26-hydrefoctober-1916/

 

Ania 

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Diolch eto ferched.

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Reporting the Great War in Cardiganshire, week 120: http://wp.me/p5zhva-AF - catching up!

 

Ania

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The Great War in Cardiganshire, week 123.

http://wp.me/p5zhva-AL

 

Ania

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The Great War, week 124 - we've nearly caught up! http://wp.me/p5zhva-AN

 

Ania

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5 hours ago, CeredigionArchives said:

The Great War, week 124 - we've nearly caught up! http://wp.me/p5zhva-AN

 

Ania

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Diolch am eich gwasanaeth diddiwedd drwy'r flwyddyn ferched,

Nadolig Llawen i chi.

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Week 126 of the Great war straddles 1916 and 1917.

http://wp.me/p5zhva-AR

 

Ania

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Week 127 of the Great War as experienced and reported in Cardiganshire: http://wp.me/p5zhva-Jo

 

Ania

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Week 128 - no Cardiganshire casualties this week. http://wp.me/p5zhva-Jt

 

Ania

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Thank you Ania.

Loved the recipe for Economical War Cake.

You know us Cardis love our cake to be as economical as possible...

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Week 133 and 134 of the Great War through local Cardiganshire news reports.

Week 133: http://wp.me/p5zhva-JF

Week 134: http://wp.me/p5zhva-JJ

 

Ania

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Diolch eto Ania.

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We are back - we haven't actually been away but we haven't shared anything here for a while, sorry! Weeks 136-142 have gone on the blog since the last update - here is the blog link, rather than a load of individual ones: https://ww1ceredigion.wordpress.com/

 

Meantime, the County Archivist was inspired by the cocoa adverts we came across while researching the WW1 blog and wrote a blog about them. Here it is in English: https://archifdyceredigionarchives.wordpress.com/2017/04/28/cocoa-and-the-working-woman/ 

... and in Welsh: https://archifdyceredigion.wordpress.com/2017/04/28/coco-a-gwragedd-syn-gweithio/

 

Happy reading!

 

Ania

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