'Sŵn yr ymladd ar ein clyw': Cyflwyno’r Rhyfel Mawr yn y Gymraeg


'Sŵn yr ymladd ar ein clyw': Cyflwyno’r Rhyfel Mawr yn y Gymraeg
Gethin Matthews

Y Rhyfel Mawr oedd un o’r digwyddiadau pwysicaf yn hanes Cymru gan fod goblygiadau’r Rhyfel wedi effeithio’n drwm ar gymdeithas a diwylliant y wlad am ddegawdau. Fodd bynnag, mae hanes y blynyddoedd o ymladd yn aml wedi cael ei gyflwyno i gynulleidfa Gymraeg mewn modd gor-syml, sy’n pwysleisio erchyllderau’r Rhyfel heb ystyried y cyd- destun. Mae’r astudiaeth hon yn olrhain yn fras sut mae’r ffordd yr edrychid ar y Rhyfel wedi datblygu ym Mhrydain dros y degawdau, cyn ystyried yn fanwl rhai o’r problemau â’r cyflwyniad o’r lladdfa a gafwyd mewn rhaglenni nodwedd Cymraeg.


Cyfeiriad:

 
  	Gethin Matthews, '"Sŵn yr ymladd ar ein clyw”: Cyflwyno’r Rhyfel Mawr yn y Gymraeg', Gwerddon, 10/11, Awst 2012, 132-57.
   

Allweddeiriau

 
    hanes Cymru yn yr ugeinfed ganrif, rhaglenni hanes, Y Rhyfel Mawr, diwylliant Cymru, hanes llafar.
    

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Papurau Newydd

  1. Daily Express
  2. Daily Post
  3. The Daily Telegraph
  4. The Guardian
  5. Yr Herald Gymraeg
  6. The Independent
  7. The Irish Times
  8. The Times