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Saunders Lewis, D.J. Williams and Lewis Valentine were three of the most prominent figures in Welsh politics and culture during the twentieth century. Together, they set fire to the RAF's Bombing School on the Lleyn Peninsula in 1936 to protest against its presence in a peaceful, Welsh-speaking area.

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