1922-45 Addroddiadau'r WLNU (Cymraeg) - WLNU Reports in Welsh

This collection draws together the annual reports and documents relating to the Welsh League of Nations Union, proposed in 1918 and founded from 1922 to galvanise the people of Wales to work for world peace in the years following WW1. Funded by Lord David Davies of Llandinam and organised by Gwilym Davies of Cwmrhymni (who also founded the Youth Message of Peace & Goodwill), by 1938, the Welsh League's work culminated in the opening of Wales' National Temple of Peace & Health in Cardiff. Though stymied by the outbreak of World War 2, many figures active in Wales' interwar peace movement played a leading role in the support for and founding of the United Nations - and from 1945, the Welsh League of Nations Union was reconstituted as UNA (Wales), the United Nations Association. Their work lives on today under the aegis of WCIA, the Welsh Centre for International Affairs, guardians of the Temple of Peace.

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