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Waves against Francoism: Radio Euzkadi

Ondas contra el franquismo Radio Euzkadi
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Our old friend Unai Aranzadi has been busy as of late, writing up some very interesting articles on...

The documentary «Basques in the West» can now be seen online...

Fotograma del documental «Basques in the west»
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Back in October 2011, we spoke of how Amaya Oxarango-Ingram and Brent Barras were preparing a documentary telling...

«Aita». Following in the footsteps of a ‘gudari’, from Lima to...

José y Chema Salcedo
This article was translated by John R. Bopp A while back, we announced the debut of the documentary "Aita", which tells the story of a family,...

Euskaletxeak.net: 40,000 photographs of the Basque Diaspora, catalogued and available

La web Euskaletxeak tiene archivadas decenas de miles de imágenes fotográficas que nos ayudan a conocer mejor la vida y la historia de los vascos repartidos por el mundo
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Euskaletxeak.net is a a must-visit website to get to know everything the Basque diaspora has done around the...

Trikitixa and a defense for equality in a Basque wedding in...

Emigrantes vascos en Wyoming. fotografía del libro Buffalotarrak de David Romtvedt
This article was translated by John R. Bopp David Romtvedt is a university professor, poet, musician, and writer.  He’s from Wyoming, and lives in Buffalo, in...

1954 Basque Festival in Mar del Plata (film courtesy of the...

Imágenes de la sexta Semana Vasca de mar del Plata (1954)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp To celebrate the new year, the Argentine National General Archive has shared, on Facebook and Twitter, a small...

From Cambridge: “When I’m in the Basque Country, I’m at home”

Traditional dancing at a Basque festival WIKIPEDIA
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Sofia Weiss, born in Chile to a Swiss-British father and a mother whose last name was Goitiandia, but...

Basques are “invisible” even to themselves.  In memoriam: Daniel “the Indian”...

In Memorian: Daniel Barandiaran
This article was translated by John R. Bopp In our daily search for news from around the world that mentions the Basques, we found an article...

Have some milk, Basque style.  A story of Basques in Buenos...

Los lecheros vascos y Vascolet dos eleemtos de la historia popular de Buenos Aires
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Argentine daily Clarín has published an article by Eduardo Parise in its “Secret Buenos Aires” section that is...

Iribarren, the “Crazy Basque” who built a monument in Mexico to...

El Monumento a Fleming que el vasco Iribarren le erigió en México (fotografía: Héctor García)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Mexican daily La Vanguardia on Saturday published an extensive and well-researched report by Jesús Peña dedicated to...

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