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The Sabino Arana Foundation is publishing a new digital edition of Gregorio Arrien's book about the Basque war children who took refuge in Great Britain
More info about the Basque Boys who triumphed at King Arthur's Court in the Welsh daily Nation Cymru
Iñaki de Azpiazu, as a democrat and human rights defender, touched lives wherever he went, from the Land of the Basques to his adopted homeland, Argentina
Historian Ingo Niebel is presenting his book about Lehendakari Aguirre's flight through Occupied Europe to escape Nazi and Francoist persecution
Historian Leyre Arrieta has just published a book analyzing Javier de Landaburu, a key figure in Basque history
On October 7, 1936, José Antonio Aguirre swore the oath of the Lehendakari of the Basque Government, kicking off a new era in our country
Oscar Álvarez-Gila has penned this article analyzing the attempts to compile the history of the Basque diaspora from the 1990s through today
A while back, we wrote an article about the contributions made in Venezuela by Basque architects who had been forced to feel the dictatorship...
Back in 2012, we shared the documentary "To Say Goodbye" when the BBC told us how, after a long, obstacle-filled road, it was finally...
Luis de Guezala has a PhD in History and a Masters in Archiving from the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). He is also...