A Very British Civil War in Pembrokeshire 1938: The Welsh Are Revolting!

Huw Puw interviewing a soldier on the Pembrokeshire front line

Hello.  This is Huw Puw reporting from front-line Fishguard, for The Fish Guardian.

Rumours have been spreading recently of an offensive by Welsh Nationalists belonging to the Republic of Cantref Cemaes.  Details are sketchy, but this photo was allegedly taken by a Preseli sheep-farmer shortly before his farm was overrun by a ravening chapel militia:

In other news, we have reports of ‘Something Happening’ in Lower Town Fishguard today. This is thought to be the first occurrence of ‘Something Happening’ in Lower Town since the French invasion of 1797.  Residents are advised to stay indoors and not to be alarmed, as it will surely not last long.  More news when we get it.

This is Huw Puw signing off.

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2 Responses to A Very British Civil War in Pembrokeshire 1938: The Welsh Are Revolting!

  1. Rhys says:

    Great stuff! Love the paint job on these 😮

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