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Basque-Colombian John Alejandro Ricaurte presents us with the Basques' contribution to the independence process of New Granada.
An article and two books led by Basque-Chilean Pedro Oyanguren as a part of our series on the independence of the New World Republics tell us all about Chile
As a part of our series on the bicentennial of the independence of the New World republics, we bring you this article on Simón Bolívar
Two articles about Basque families residing in Peru in the 18th and 19th centuries, and their lives in colonial times and the birth of the Republic
Ana Rita Valera, director of the Historical Archive, and Lizzeth Armenta, Museum Curator, tell us of the role of the Vizcaínas School in Mexico's struggle for independence
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
Historians Jean-Claude Larronde and Luis de Guezala explain to us Sabino de Arana's strong feelings against colonialism
Three years ago, at this time, we dedicated an article to remembering the tour Lehendakari Aguirre made to most Latin American countries in 1942. ...
Andoni Ortuzar analyzes Lehendakari Aguirre's readings while hiding from the Gestapo in Europe and his thoughts on the republics of the New World
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
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