Welsh Dam Attack

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In 1963, three young Welsh nationalists took up arms against the construction of a controversial dam.

The Tryweryn dam would flood a Welsh valley to provide water for an English city.

Photo: Protestors rally against construction of dam.

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Fri 22 Feb 2013 03:50 GMT

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