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Basque Museum: “From Euzkadi to Idaho”. Remembering People

«Desde Euzkadi hasta Idaho». Recordando a las personas. Un proyecto del Basque Museum de Boise
Basque Museum: "From Euzkadi to Idaho". Remembering Peopl This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Basque Museum and Cultural Center of Boise has just published...

Eighty years on from the arrival of Basque refugees to Venezuela;...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp The impression Basques have left on Venezuela is wide, deep, and fruitful.  For example, their history, for better...

Remembering the Panamanian Consul who Saved our Lehendakari

Jose Antonio Aguirre disfrazado de José Andrés Álvarez de la Lastra, ciudadano panameño, para huir de los nazis
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Recently, La Estrella de Panamá published an article discussing the pivotal role played by Consul Germán Gil Guardia...

The legend of St. Michael of Aralar as told from the...

Santuario de San MIguel de Aralar
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've been holding onto this one, looking forward to publishing it.  It's about an article by Carlos Evia Cervantes...

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. ...

The frontón courts in the Old Town of Mexico City (including...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've mentioned before how important Basque pelota, in general, and jai-alai in particular, were (and are) in Mexico. ...

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...

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 True History of Olentzero

Imagen de leñadores vascos - El arca de no se
This article was translated by John R. Bopp This isn't the first time we've brought up Félix Mugurutza's wonderful blog.  Recently, we linked to his amazing discussion...

From the New World, on “115 Years without Sabino Arana”

Sabino de Arana y Goiri
This article was translated by John R. Bopp That is the title of a video the Arantzazu Euzko Etxea of Lima has recently published on social media. ...

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