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Nofel ddirgelwch gan awdur newydd wedi'i hysgrifennu mewn arddull Sgandi noir
Novella based on Welsh myths addresses important issues for young people
Rich industrial history of north Ceredigion inspires new novel
Llywydd Gŵyl Cobiau Aberaeron wedi cyhoeddi llyfr hanes llaethdai Cymry Llundain
CYHOEDDI LLAWLYFR HANFODOL AM BATAGONIA GAN GYMRAES A SWYNWYD GAN Y WLADFA
Compelling Glyndŵr story: final book in trilogy published
Ffrindiau oes yn cydweithio i greu llyfr Deian a Loli
Trosedd go iawn yn ysbrydoli nofel dywyll newydd Llwyd Owen
Valleys setting for new Welsh-Italian novel by EastEnders writer
Local characters inspire nostalgic new novel based in South Wales Valleys
Charles Arch, voice of the Royal Welsh, publishes autobiography
Merched Cymru yn Codi Llais
Y 'BREXIT BLUES' YN YSBRYDOLI THRILLER ARSWYDUS A THYWYLL
Malan Wilkinson yn datgelu'r cyfan am ei salwch a'r achubiaeth ger bont y Borth mewn llyfr
‘Cardi-Noir’ yn Mynd o Nerth i Nerth
Cwpan y Byd - Llawlyfr
Rudolf Hess: The ‘Kaiser of Abergavenny’ - the truth about his treatment and recovery at the Welsh asylum

Rudolf Hess: The ‘Kaiser of Abergavenny’ - the truth about his treatment and recovery at the Welsh asylum

Rudolf Hess, Deputy Führer to Hitler, made a famous escape to Scotland in 1941 to arrange peace talks. He was dismissed as ‘mad’ by Hitler, and found mentally unstable by a physician on arrival in Scotland. He was incarcerated in various institutions, and it remains relatively unknown that the War Office sent a representative to Talgarth Military Hospital in ‘isolated South Wales’ and recommended that Hess should be sent there.  read more

Datgelu'r frwydr dros addysg Gymraeg ac yn erbyn Education First gan addysgwr 'Stalinaidd' Dyfed
Trickster, forger or genius – the story of Iolo Morganwg, one of the 18th century's most colourful characters
“Camp Lawn” Llyfr y Flwyddyn i’r Lolfa
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