Brecon

==History== ===Early history=== In Roman Britain Y Gaer, Brecon (Cicucium) was established as a Roman cavalry base for the conquest of Roman Wales and Brecon was first established as a military base. Gerald of Wales came and made some speeches to recruit men to go the Crusades in 1188. J.L After the Dark Ages the original Welsh name of the kingdom...
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Brecon

Brecon (brek'un) or Brecknock (brek'nok, –nuk) , town (1981 pop. 7,422), Powys, S Wales, at the junction of the Honddu and Usk rivers. It is a market for the surrounding agricultural and cattle-raising area. Brecon was founded by the Normans c.1091. In the town are fragments of an 11th...
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Brecon

cathedral town, Powys county, historic county of Brecknockshire, Wales, on the River Usk at its confluence with the Honddu and Tarell. The town grew ... [1 related articles]
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Brecon

HMS Brecon was a British No 4 Type Hunt Class destroyer of 1175 tons displacement designed for Arctic service and launched in 1942. HMS Brecon was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 25 knots and carried a complement of 170. She was armed with six 4 inch anti-aircraft guns; four 2 pdr guns; eight 20 mm anti-aircraf...
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