Monthly Archives: August 2014

Anglesey and World War 1
27 Aug

Anglesey and World War 1

At the outbreak of the Great War in 1914 Anglesey was an impoverished, agricultural island with a straight-laced chapel-going culture. But the island’s comparative remoteness did not leave it untouched by the conflict. Anglesey’s location made it an ideal base from which to combat the menace of the German U-boat to Allied shipping. The Royal […]

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