Robin Evans examines the connections between language, culture and national identity in 19th-century Galicia.
Robin Evans assesses the contribution of the Welsh to the troubles of 1642-49.
Robin Evans focuses on the role of the Basques during the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath.
Robin Evans extols the outstanding success of 1588: not the defeat of the Spanish Armada but the publication of the Welsh Bible.
Robin Evans puts Henry Tudor's victory into Welsh historical perspective.
Robin Evans shows that the neglect of the history of Wales, and of other small nations, impoverishes our historical understanding.