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Breton ephemera

  • NLW ex 1728
  • File
  • 1987-1999

Further printed ephemera, 1987-99, in French and Breton, relating to cultural, educational and political activities in Brittany, including an appeal for financial support to establish a Diwan school in Vannes in September 1999; and a timetable for a Breton radio station 'Arvorig FM', North Finistère.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.

Breton ephemera

  • NLW ex 1728
  • File
  • Mainly 1999

Further printed ephemera, mainly 1999, in French and Breton, relating to cultural, educational and political activities in Brittany, including papers relating to Ni Hon-Unan formed in 1998, notably photocopies of press cuttings, 1998-9, assembled by the movement, newsletters, February-April 1999, and a leaflet published for the European Elections, 13 June 1999; together with a programme of the Lorient Interceltic Festival, August 1999.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.

Breton ephemera

  • NLW ex 1728
  • File
  • Mainly 1999-2000

Further printed ephemera, mainly 1999-2000, in French and Breton, relating to cultural, educational, environmental and political activities in Brittany, including a pamphlet, with a bibliography, published to celebrate the centenary of the birth of the writer Youenn Drezen (1899-1972); a pamphlet, Le Voyage du Sant Efflam, giving an account of the construction of the coracle and its voyages around the Celtic countries, 1997-8; together with copies of the cultural newspaper Adsa, nos 3-6, September/October 1999-May/June 2000.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.

Breton ephemera

  • NLW ex 1728
  • File
  • 1986-1999

Further printed ephemera in French and Breton, relating to cultural, educational and political activities in Brittany, including two printed poems 'Euskadiz' and 'Diwar menezioù ma bro' by Yann-Fañch Kemener, 1986; photocopies of articles published in Le Peuple Breton, 1972-3, concerning the imprisonment of Welsh language campaigners; press cuttings relating to the Rugby World Cup held in Wales in 1999; together with a disk containing a study by Christian Le Bras, April 1994-May 1996, produced with financial support from the Institut Culturel de Bretagne, entitled 'Languages celtiques at télévision: dynamique et développements Bretagne: bout du tunnel ou morte lente'.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.

Breton ephemera

  • NLW ex 1728
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  • 1983-1999

Further printed ephemera, 1983-1999, in French and Breton, relating to cultural, educational and political activities in Brittany, including the words of the Breton national anthem 'Bro goz ma zadou' by Francois Jaffrennou ('Taldir', 1879-1956), and the text of a song by 'Glenmor' (Milig ar Skanv, 1931-1996) with a French translation.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.

Breton ephemera

  • NLW ex 1728
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  • 1991-1998

Further printed ephemera, 1991-1998, in French and Breton, relating to cultural, educational and political activities in Brittany.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.

Breton ephemera

  • NLW ex 1728
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  • 1995-1998 and undated

Further printed ephemera, 1995-1998 and undated, in French and Breton, relating to cultural, political and educational activities in Brittany.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.

Breton ephemera

  • NLW ex 1728
  • File
  • 1995-1999

Further printed ephemera, 1995-1999, in French and Breton, relating to cultural, educational and political activities in Brittany, including Keltia Musique, a catalogue of Breton and Celtic music, 1999, and Adsa, no. 2, July-August 1999, a newspaper featuring cultural issues in Brittany; together with a booklet published in 1998 concerning protected plants in Les Monts d'Arrée, Finistère.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.

Breton ephemera,

  • NLW ex 1728.
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  • 1988-1999.

Further printed ephemera, mainly 1988-99, in French and Breton, relating to cultural, educational and political activities in Brittany, including the thirteenth National Festival of the Breton language at Spézet, May 1999, and the twenty-second film festival at Douarnenez, July 1999; together with a leaflet advertising activity holidays for children in a Breton summer camp organised by the An Oaled association in Treglonou.

Tud Diwar Ar Maez.