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Agreement between the port authorities in Bilbao and Uruguay: strengthening the historical influence of the Basque port in Latin America
The reason why there is a "Villa de Bilbao" in Mexico and the story of its founder from Galdames
The story of La Vascongada, a dairy company founded by Basques in Argentina at the beginning of the 20th century, which is part of the cultural landscape of Argentina
Discovering Carlist General Zumalakarregi as a Basque pro-independence federalist republican. A hidden story
Journalist Rachel Roberts has recently published an article in the Idaho Statesman (which we've often cited on the blog) sharing the keys both to the important presence...
The National Archives is supporting three universities to collect and preserve the tree engravings of Basque sheepherders in the Far West
Commemoration of the anniversary of the bombing of Durango: yet another massacre carried out by Franco's rebels and allies in the Basque Country
March 7, 1875, birth of Maurice Ravel, a Basque hidden from the view of all…even the Basques themselves. We want everyone to remember him
In November 1942, the First Lady of the United States traveled to Great Britain, in part to meet the children she had "adopted"
An interactive article about Basque whalers and the ship 'San Juan' brings us closer to the epic journeys taken by Basque whalers in the 16th century