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William Ambrose Bebb (4 July 1894 – 27 April 1955) was a Welsh author and politician.

Ambrose Bebb was the son of diarist Edward Hughes Bebb, and the father of noted Welsh rugby international Dewi Bebb. The family came from Cardiganshire.

A co-founder of Plaid Cymru, Bebb took a keen interest in politics and was inclined towards fascism, influenced by Charles Maurras of the Action Française movement.Griffiths, Richard (2004) "Another Form of Fascism: The Cultural Impact of the French ‘Radical Right’ in Britain" in Gottlieb, Julie V. (ed.) Culture of Fascism: Visions of the Far Right in Britain I. B. Tauris & Co., London, ISBN 1-4175-1621-6 pp. 174-175 With the outbreak of the Second World War, Bebb became a vocal proponent of the War Effort against Nazi Germany, and considered Germany's total defeat "essential".


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  • Meils, Gareth (May 1977) "Ambrose Bebb" Planet Gwasg Gomer, Llangeitho, Tregaron, Cardiganshire, Wales, 37/38: pp.&nbsp;70–79.

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