A Pilgrimage to Wales: Or How I Learned About American-led Attacks on the British Isles

Fishguard, Lower Harbor. Photo: Courtesy of The Manor Town House

Story by David A. Laws

That one nation’s hero is another nation’s terrorist is seldom addressed in school history books. Most children learn of the villainous redcoats in the American war of independence. Few texts tell of American-led attacks on the British Isles. Or that the last invasion attempt led…

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David A. Laws

David A. Laws

I photograph and write about Gardens, Nature, Travel, and the history of Silicon Valley from my home on the Monterey Peninsula in California.

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