Hanes - Aneurin Bevan, Paul Robeson ac Cymru 1958
Dwi eisau siarad hyn hanes achos dwi meddwl, credu hynny yma ffordd newydd gan edrychiad mae'n Aneurin Bevan bywyd. Dim gwleidyddol ond Cymro gyda Cymraeg calon.
Mae'nhw llunau dangos Blaenau Gwent, Bevan a Paul Robeson.
Dwi wedi ysgrifennu i hanes yn Saesneg achos dwi dim siarad Cymreag da iawn - dim Cymraeg yn ysgolau Waunlwyd ac Abertyleri am fi neu ffrindiau plant yna.
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Agoriad geiriau......opening section of the manuscript.....
In the Summer of 1958 the football World Cup was held in Sweden. Sixteen countries qualified for this, the final stages of the competition including, for the first time, Wales. Lining up for their first game in the town of Sandviken, the Welsh team included John Charles, possibly the most famous player in the world at that time following his record-breaking transfer from Leeds United to Juventus and his goal scoring feats for the Italian club. Wales faced Hungary, beaten finalists in the previous World Cup. No-one, apart from the Welsh players and their coach/manager, Jimmy Murphy expected them to gain anything out of the game. The Swedish band struck up 'God Save the Queen' as the national anthem, even they it would seem believed that the Welsh were beaten before the whistle blew for kick-off.......'
cymru 1958 updated
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