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On the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of the globe, we're giving away an essay about Elkano by Enrique Santamaría which was just published by Eusko Ikaskuntza
National Geographic has just published an article highlighting that it was Elkano who actually achieved the feat. But what if he were a woman?
Alberto Irigoyen and Xabier Irujo share an article with us about the Lehendakari's 1942 tour's stop in Uruguay, and their final report
GEO in German and Der Westen publish an article by Manuel Meyer about sailor Juan Sebastian Elcano and his hometown of Getaria
This isn't the first time we've brought you an article from Welsh journalist Christopher Evans, nor the first time we've brought you an article...
Remembering a Basque composer, perhaps the most universal of all of them, whose nationality and commitment to his country is widely unknown among his compatriots
410th anniversary of the founding of the Brotherhood of Aránzazu of Lima, the first Basque organization in the New World
Historian Ingo Niebel is presenting his book about Lehendakari Aguirre's flight through Occupied Europe to escape Nazi and Francoist persecution
An article by Dr. Elisa Luque Alcaide helps us understand the structure created by the Basques living in the New World colonies
Historian Leyre Arrieta has just published a book analyzing Javier de Landaburu, a key figure in Basque history