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On July 14, we celebrate not the storming of the Bastille,...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Today, on July 14, around the world, the media will be remembering how France celebrates its national holiday. ...

Piarres Harispe and his look at the Basques, made from the...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Pierre Harispe is, according to the French National Library (BnF), a philosopher, sociologist, and poet, professor, and journalist...

The color “Basque red” also exists in the English-speaking world

There's also a shade of red in the US and Great Britain with the same name, just translated into English: "Basque red"

“Arto gorria”. Basque corn saved in a convent

The recovery of a variety of corn, Arto gorria (Grand Roux Basque) which was the most basic variety for Basque harvests for centuries

The BNP/PNV, the swastika, Sweden, the Basques, “good Spaniards”, Orson Welles,...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp This documentary will air on ETB2 at 10:00pm on Monday, January 6, 2013 A personal reflection about this documentary...

Maurice Ravel, the Basque musician who composed Basque music, and who...

Maurice Ravel was a Basque musician, not only because he was born in the Basque Country, but because he felt that way

The Pioneers of the “Basque Renaissance” in the Northern Basque Country

Detalle del cartel anunciador de las Fiestas Vascas celebradas el Saint Jean de Luz en agosto de 1892. Es la primera representación gráfica con los escudos de todas las provincias de Euskal Herria
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We'd like to break our rule about referring to Basque media today, because we want to discuss a...

An illustrated travel guidebook for the Northern Basque Country from 1921...

In 1921, Katharine Fedden and Arthur Romilly Fedden visited the Northern Basque Country, and borne of that trip was this illustrated guidebook we bring you today

We’re joining in on the homage to a Univeral Basque: Julián...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp He was born in Bilbao in 1911: Julián de Ajuriaguerra, a man who, without a doubt, is part...

Maurice Ravel, the Basque who believed in his country

This article was translated by John R. Bopp The peoples who don’t usually write their history, because it’s usually written for them (by the victors in...