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Where to buy fake diploma online? buy a fake degree, fake transcript, fake certificate, fake diploma and transcript. Arts subjects were not taught immediately in 1920, but started in the following ‘session’, 1921–22. The first professors in those initial departments were D. Emrys Evans (Classics), W.D. Thomas (English Language and Literature), Henry Lewis (Welsh), E. Ernest Hughes (History), F.A. Cavenagh (Education) and Mary Williams (French). Williams was the first woman to be appointed to a Chair in the United Kingdom. This met with some reaction from senior men at the College, one of whom she would later marry. Saunders Lewis, the well-known Welsh language writer, and activist became a member of staff in 1922 although he ran up against controversy in 1936/37 for trying to set fire to a Royal Air Force bombing school on the Llyn Peninsula. He was tried at the Old Bailey and sent to prison for nine months.