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Welsh National Falklands Memorial
2007 or before
Falkland Islands stone, polished black marble & concrete
funded by public subscription
30th September 2007
at all times
on the front panel of the cenotaph: FALKLANDS CONFLICT 1982; on the back panel: ON 2nd APRIL 1982 THE FALKLAND ISLANDS WERE INVADED AND OCCUPIED BY ARGENTINE FORCES. / A BRITISH TASK FORCE WAS ASSEMBLED AND DISPATCHED TO THE SOUTH ATLANTIC / WITH THE MISSION TO RESTORE THE ISLANDS TO BRITISH SOVEREIGNTY. ON 14th JUNE 1982 THE ISLANDS / WERE LIBERATED WITH THE LOSS OF 255 SAILORS, SOLDIERS AND AIRMEN, AND 3 CIVILIAN ISLANDERS. / AR 2ail EBRILL 1982 GORESGYNNWYD YNYSOEDD FALKLAND GAN FYDDIN YR ARIANNIN. / FFURFIWYD TASGLU PRYDEINIG AC FE'I HANFONWYD I GEFNFOR DE'R IWERYDD / GYDA'R NOD O ADFER YR YNYSOEDD I SOFRANIAETH PRYDAIN. AR 14eg MEHEFIN 1982 RHYDDHAWYD YR YNYSOEDD / GAN GOLLI 255 O FORWYR, MILWYR AC AELODAU O'R LLU AWYR, A 3 DINESYDD O'R YNYSOEDD. / THE ROCK WHICH STANDS ON THIS MEMORIAL IS A GIFT TO WALES FROM THE PEOPLE OF THE FALKLAND ISLANDS. / IT HAS TRAVELLED 8,000 MILES FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF Mt HARRIET AND STANDS IN HONOUR / OF THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE NAME OF FREEDOM. / MAE'R GARREG SY'N SEFYLL AR Y GOFEB HON YN ANRHEG I GYMRU GAN BOBL YNYSOEDD FALKLAND. / TEITHIODD 8,000 O FILLTIROEDD O FAES Y GAD AR FYNYDD HARRIET / AC MAE'N SEFYLL I ANRHYDEDDU'R RHEINI A RODDODD EU BYWYDAU YN ENW RHYDDID.