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This is episode 9 of a series of stories that seek to explain and place into global context the Race Riots that happened in June 1919 in Wales. The soldiers that fought in World War 1 had been led to believe that they would return to civilian life as soon as the war ended, however Winston Churchill the Minister of War was seeking to ensure there was an army to fight in Russia to seek to reverse the result of the Bolshevik uprising that had removed the monarchy in that nation.
The result was significant and involved strikes, mutinies and some bloodshed.

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