Indians and the Welsh

Footprints of the Welsh Indians: Settlers in North America Before 1492 (HC)There certainly are similarities between the languages spoken by the Welsh and the Indians, but these particularly Indians don’t live in Asia. You see, the Welsh discovered America. (Is the tale of Robin Hood and Indian Dark an echo of this? Should Malcolm Muggeridge have said that the last Welshman would be an Indian? I am not knowing the answer.)

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