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Two Argentine Basque centers have commissioned murals of Picasso's "Guernica" as a way to share our history and existence as a people
Every April 26, as has become a tradition on the blog, we dedicate a moment to remembering the war crime that was the Bombing of...
While testing Artificial Intelligence to see what it is and how it works, we were able to get it to write a poem and create some images of the Tree of Guernica
In November 1942, the First Lady of the United States traveled to Great Britain, in part to meet the children she had "adopted"
On the 85th anniversary of the Bombing of Guernica, we check that totalitarianism's techniques are still alive, and the day surprises us with a condemnation
President Zelenskiy has compared what has been happening in some Ukrainian cities with what happened in Guernica: the massacre of civilians by occupying troops
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
The story of three stamps showing Picasso's 'Guernica', one of them "apocryphal", in the month marking the 40th anniversary of the painting's arrival in Madrid
On the anniversary of the Bombing of Guernica, we bring you the website the Center for Basque Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno has published about the event
The Basque Children of '37 Association shares with us the story of Edith Pretty, the protagonist of the Netflix film "The Dig", and a hero of the Basque war children in the UK