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“Basques in the Atlantic World, 1450-1824”: An Approach to Basque History...

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Today, we'd like to bring you a work by Xabier Lamikiz, professor at the Department of Public Policy and Economic History at the University of...

Aboitiz & Company: 100 years of a Basque company from the...

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Aboitiz Old Cebu Building-Aboitiz & Co.’s first headquarters, in a modest two-story building on Juan Luna Street in the heart of Cebu City.
The Philippine daily Inquirer has just published an article by Tina Arceo-Dumlao covering the history of one of the largest industrial conglomerates in the Philippines: Aboitiz & Company.We've...

Elkano’s Basque nationality is clearly stated in the Guinness Book of...

Legada de los cincunnavegadores. Elkano fundazioa
The Elkano Foundation has just published some interesting news on their blog: the latest edition of the Guinness Book of World Records has stated that Juan...

Azkoitia-born Lope de Olano needs the forgiveness of no king

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Lope de Olano. Capitanía de Castilla de Oro
Coinciding with the 510th anniversary of the 1510 discovery by Europeans of the Archipelago of San Andrés and Providencia by Basque Lope de Olano and...

Do the different types of cabernet grapes come from the Basque...

Racimo de Cabernet Franc
We've talked on more than one occasion about Basque wines, from Irulegi to the Rioja Alavesa, from Navarre to the coastal txakolis, but in...

Santi Lorente’s “Stories to Stay at Home (Los Cuentos del Confinamiento)”...

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Santi Lorente  «Los cuentos del confinamiento»
Many of our readers got to enjoy their daily dose of "Tales to Stay at Home" during the quarantine period, all of which were...

Scenes of San Sebastian in Documentaries from 1913 and 1920-1930

imagen de un documental sobre Donostia en 1913 conservado en el EYE Film Museum
Back in 2014, we brought you an amateur film from the 1960s showing scenes of Bilbao, the bay, and Ondarroa.  A year later, we...

An extraordinary collection of Basque Country films from the second half...

Fiesta popular en Iparralde. Fragmento de un film)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Just a few enthusiasts of film recordings, telling what life was like in our country in the past. ...

Gudari José Moreno, protagonist in ‘The New York Times’

Mr. Moreno proudly calls himself “the last gudari,” a Basque word for soldier.CreditSamuel Aranda for The New York Times
This article was translated by John R. Bopp An article was published yesterday in The New York Times that's got us excited.  It was an interview with...

The Basque-speaking “German Catholic from Milwaukee” who promoted Basque culture in...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Next February 26, The Idaho Humanities Council is going to recognize historian Judy Austin for her "lifelong contributions" to Idaho.  Ms....

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