Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Dr. D.J. (David James) Davies (2 June 1893 - 11 October 1956), was a Welsh economist, industrialist, prize winning essayist, author, political activist, pilot, and an internationalist. Davies was a world traveller before returning home to Wales. Initially a founding member of the Welsh Labour Party in the Ammanford district, in 1925 he left Labour becoming a founding member of Plaid Cymru, the nationalist party of Wales. According to historian Professor John Davies, it was D.J. Davies'' ideas which were more influential in shaping long- term Plaid Cymru ideology following the Second World War, and Davies was as equally [a] significant figure" as Saunders Lewis in Welsh nationalism history, but it was Lewis'' "brilliance and charismatic appeal" which was firmly associated with Plaid Genedlaethol Cymru of the 1930s. "
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