Bombing School

Some articles on bombing school:

Penyberth
... ignited in 1936 when the UK government settled on establishing the RAF Penrhos bombing school at Penyberth on the Llŷn peninsula in Gwynedd ... The UK government settled on Llŷn as the site for its new bombing school after similar locations Northumberland and Dorset were met with protests ... Stanley Baldwin refused to hear the case against the bombing school in Wales, despite a deputation representing half a million Welsh protesters ...
History Of The Welsh Language - Modern Welsh - 20th Century - Tân Yn Llŷn 1936
... for the Welsh language was ignited in 1936 when the UK government settled on establishing a bombing school at Penyberth on the Llŷn Peninsula in Gwynedd ... settled on Llŷn as the site for its new bombing school after plans for similar locations in Northumberland and Dorset were met with protests ... However, UK Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin refused to hear the case against the bombing school in Wales, despite a deputation claiming to represent half a million Welsh protesters ...
Lewis Valentine - Tân Yn Llŷn 1936
... Welsh nationalism was ignited in 1936 when the UK government settled on establishing a bombing school at Penyberth on the Llŷn peninsula in Gwynedd ... The UK government settled on Llŷn as the site for its new bombing school after similar locations Northumberland and Dorset were met with protests ... Stanley Baldwin refused to hear the case against the bombing school in Wales, despite a deputation representing half a million Welsh protesters ...
Llŷn Peninsula - Welsh Language - Tân Yn Llŷn 1936
... in 1936 when the United Kingdom government settled on establishing a bombing school at Penyberth on the Peninsula ... settled on Llŷn as the site for its new bombing school after similar locations in Northumberland and Dorset were met with protests ... British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin refused to hear the case against the bombing school in Wales, despite a deputation representing half a million Welsh protesters ...

Famous quotes containing the words school and/or bombing:

    And so they have left us feeling tired and old.
    They never cared for school anyway.
    And they have left us with the things pinned on the bulletin board.
    And the night, the endless, muggy night that is invading our school.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    Did all of us feel interested in bombing buildings only when the men we slept with were urging us on?
    Jane Alpert (b. 1947)