WALES: For God, Not England

With ardent young Welsh folk singing native songs outside the courtroom at Carnarvon last week, three Welsh Nationalists stood in the dock charged with malicious destruction of King Edward's property. Did or did not a Welsh pastor, a Welsh author and a Welsh schoolmaster burn buildings of the British Royal Air Force bombing school near Pwllheli (pronounced "pool-thélly"), Wales, thereby causing $10,000 damage?

Pastor Lewis Valentine, heedless of the judge's frequent warnings that he must not make irrelevant remarks, vehemently justified the burning, thundered with apostolic zeal: "The English Government's behavior in...

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