Welsh history and its sources
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Welsh history and its sources

6.8 Post-War Wales

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Resource 1: The main administrative units of Wales, showing the ‘old’ (pre-1974) and ‘new’ (1974–1996) county boundaries. (Source: D. Huw Owen (ed.), Settlement and Society in Wales, Cardiff, 1989.)

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Resource 2: Number of Welsh speakers, 1991. (Source: Aitchison and H. Carter, A Geography of the Welsh Language 1969–1991, 1994.)

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Resource 3: Percentage of the population able to speak Welsh, 1991. (Source: Aitchison and H. Carter, A Geography of the Welsh Language 1969–1991, 1994.)

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