This article was translated by John R. Bopp

On November 10, José Moreno, a member of the Euzko Gudarostea, and a part of the living history of our Nation, turned 100.  A hundred years for this patriot who even today is still committed to Euzkadi and to the memory of his compatriots who gave it all for Freedom.

We cannot, we will not, let this momentous day just simply pass by.  We’re lucky to be able to have such an important figure in our history still with us.

We’d like to share an interview by Iban Gorriti in Mugalari, as well as a printed publication and a sound recording that will let us get to know this hero for the Basque People and for Freedom better.

We would also like to let him know our admiration and commitment to not leave the path that he and his compatriots laid out for us so well.

Zorionak, eta Eskerrik asko!!!

Agur eta Ohore Euzko Gudariari

Health and a Basque Republic!!!

 


Mugalari – 13/11/2017 – Euskadi

GUDARI JOSÉ MORENO: “El vestido de novia de mi mujer se hizo con una manta de la cárcel de Saturraran de su hermana”

José Moreno en Portugalete. · PHOTO · Iban Gorriti)
José Moreno en Portugalete. (PHOTO · Iban Gorriti)

El viernes cumplió 99 años. Él es uno de los últimos gudaris del Eusko Gudarostea que presidió el lehendakari Aguirre vivos. Aquel dantzari, sindicalista de ELA, zapador y fusilero deustuarra residente en Portugalete es el autor de recientes incontables cartas al director que azotan a partidos que fusionaron el franquismo con la democracia de la noche a la mañana en 1978.

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Onda Vasca – 7/8/2017 – Euskadi

José Moreno, memoria viva de la Guerra


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