Women in Wales

The women of Wales have always proved a match for the land of our fathers.

The Blue Books

The Blue Books

Women and teaching

Women and teaching

The Welsh Mam

The Welsh Mam

The War effort

War Effort

Women and industry

Women and industry

Strikes and protests

Strikes and protests

Politics

It took years of campaigning for women to get the vote and have a say in the running of the country.

Temperance

Temperance


History blog

Explore the celebrated and lesser-known incidents in Welsh history, watch rare clips from BBC Wales' own archive, find out about history events in Wales.

Phil Carradice

July 1942: enemy action over Pwllheli

Britain might have been totally unprepared for war in 1939 but within ...

By: Phil Carradice

Family history

Tree

Getting started

Tracing your Welsh roots? Pick up some tips in our guides.

Migration

Argentine flag

The Welsh in Patagonia

In 1865, the Mimosa, a tea-clipper set sail for South America.

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