Gwell Angau Na Chywilydd (Death Rather Than Dishonour): A Concise History of The Royal Welsh
Regimental history in a handy easily digestible format. Saint Davidï¿½s Day 2006 saw the formation of a new regiment in the British Army called ï¿½The Royal Welshï¿½. This change of structure in the infantry for Wales united the regular and cadet battalions of The Royal Welch Fusiliers and The Royal Regiment of Wales (24th/41st Foot) and the territorials of The Royal Welsh Regiment. The regiment has gained 244 Battle Honours and 43 of its soldiers have received Britainï¿½s highest award for valour ï¿½ The Victoria Cross. The booklet gives an introduction to The Royal Welshï¿½s rich heritage and the evolution of its antecedent regiments. Included are Battle Honours, Badges, Dress, Customs, Regimental Anniversaries, Music, Freedoms, Sporting Achievements and much more. Softback, 160 pages.