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The Basque Church that was Never Francoist

Misa de campaña de gudaris (miembros del Ejército d eEuzkadi) durante la lucha contra los insurrectos franquistas
Today, the Mexican daily Zócalo has published an op-ed piece by Mexican journalist and writer Guillermo Fárber in which he comments, surprised, about the fact...

When the Euzkadi National Team was runner-up in the Mexican league

Seleccion de Euzkadi en la Liga mexicana 1938-1939
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Euan McTear is a sports journalist and author specialized in soccer.  In addition to reporting about this sport to...

Belaustegigoitia, the (oft-omitted) Basque nationalist who was recently awarded Nicaragua’s highest...

Gentzane Belaustegigoitia recoge la orden Ruben Dario entregada por le Gobierno de Nicaragua a su abuelo Ramón
Our more regular readers may well remember our references to Ramón Belaustegigoitia.  Today, we're speaking of him again because the government of Nicaragua has...

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...

A Basque commercial is recommended by a Mexican marketing website

Anuncio de la agencia Dimension para Topa Sukalderia
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Merca2.0 is an online Mexican magazine specialized in marketing, advertising, media, market research, promotion, and design.  Every week,...

Iribarren, the “Crazy Basque” who built a monument in Mexico to...

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El Monumento a Fleming que el vasco Iribarren le erigió en México (fotografía: Héctor García)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Mexican daily La Vanguardia on Saturday published an extensive and well-researched report by Jesús Peña dedicated to...