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Three Basque migrations to Venezuela over 500 years of history

Xabier Amézaga, son of Basque intellectual Vicente Amézaga and compiler of the latter's works, writes for us on the mark the Basques left on Venezuela as part of the series on the bicentennial of the independence of the New World republics

The role of the Basques in the US War of Independence

Rendición de las tropas británicas en la batalla de Yorktown, que significó el final de la Guerra de Independencia de los USA (John Trumbull, 1840)
The Basque contribution to the American patriots in the US War of Independence could be considered decisive. Dr. Robert P. Clark tells us all about it

On April 14, we pay homage to the Spanish Republic, and...

La Republica vasca ANTONIO DE GUEZALA, 1931.
Today, April 14, we celebrate the 90th anniversary of the proclamation of the Spanish Republic, which reminds us Basques that we still don't have a republic of our own

Víctor Zuluaga Gómez on the Nobility of the Basques: Better to...

Cartago Colombia
On our daily search for articles related to anything and everything Basque, we recently came across a Colombian publication, EJE 21, which has an opinion...

Discovering the Basque roots of the American Dream

Los Padres Fundadores de los USA
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Troy Media is a Canadian publication we've come across more than once.  Back in 2013, they published an...

Basque ‘Foral’ Law and its “application” in Australia in the fight...

Ayr sugar cane grower Frank Mugica is teaching his daughters so they can inherit the family business. (ABC: Dwayne Wyles)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), the state media outlet created in 1932, has just published a very interesting...

John Adams and the eventful journeys of two US presidents through...

A few days ago, we discussed an article Vince J. Jauristi, a Basque descendent born in Elko, Nevada, published in the Elko Daily about...

Víctor Hugo’s on-the-mark thoughts on the Basques

Víctor Hugo, the man of letters, intellectual, and statesman) was an extraordinary man who lived in an extraordinary time.  While firmly consistent in his...