Six historians show how a theme they feel passionate about has shaped Wales. This week Professor Chris Williams explores how the history of Wales has been scarred by battle.
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This episode of Histories of Wales will be broadcast on Sunday 4 March 2012 at 16:30 on BBC Radio Wales. For more details, including information on repeats, visit the BBC Radio Wales site.
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