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The murders of Espinosa and Lauaxeta; police and GAL victims, and...

Dana emon biar yako matte dan azkatasunariIn his memory, we again with all our readers that which he dreamed of: Health and a Basque...

In homage to Herminio Martínez and all the War Children: a...

Herminio Martínez en The Guernica Children do remember
Our regular readers will have had the opportunity to discover many reports on our blog about the Basque Children of '37 Association, a group...

The Irujo Brothers, Manuel, Andrés María, and Pello, in memory of...

Mikel Ezkerro was born in Rawson, Chacabuco, Buenos Aires province, and studied at the Jesuit school in Bilbao, in the Basque Country.  He continued...

Persecuting Basque Nationalist Newspapers, a “Traditional Sport” That’s Still in Fashion

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Ever since Sabino Arana started publishing the first newspapers at the end of the 19th century that defended...

From the New World, on “115 Years without Sabino Arana”

Sabino de Arana y Goiri
This article was translated by John R. Bopp That is the title of a video the Arantzazu Euzko Etxea of Lima has recently published on social media. ...

The Emotional Stories of the Basque War Children in Belgium (video)

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Fotograma del documental sobre una niña vasca de la guerra en Bélgica
This article was translated by John R. Bopp This entry is the fruit of the help of one of our readers, a friend on this blog’s...

From Colombia, a reflection on the victims in the Basque Country

Pili Zabala y Alfonso Alonso debatiendo sobre qué es una víctima del terrorismo
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Thilo Schäfer is a German journalist who lives in Madrid and who, in this case, is writing an...

The memoirs of Maria Incera, a Basque war child who lives...

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Maria Incera. Una "niña vasca de la guerra" que narra sus vivencias desde Yorkshire
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Her name is Maria Luisa Incera.  She’s from the La Arena neighborhood of Zierbena, on the Biscayne coast,...

Homage is paid in England to a woman who is part...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Her name is María Luisa Incera, and she was a little girl when, in 1937, she had to...

The Telegraph explains the conflict around the La Rioja DOC

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In an article by James Badcock, the British daily The Telegraph explains what is happening in the La Rioja DOC.  We already blogged about it a...

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