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Every April 26, as has become a tradition on the blog, we dedicate a moment to remembering the war crime that was the Bombing of...
Commemoration of the anniversary of the bombing of Durango: yet another massacre carried out by Franco's rebels and allies in the Basque Country
We bring you two books by historian Gregorio Arren about the Basque war children which have been out of print for years
In a book by Gregorio Arrien about the Basque War Children, we came across a series of photos which, despite dating from 1937, are still meaningful today
On March 5, 1937, a handful of Basque sailors wrote a glorious page in the history of our nation just off Cape Matxitxako
In November 1942, the First Lady of the United States traveled to Great Britain, in part to meet the children she had "adopted"
More info about the Basque Boys who triumphed at King Arthur's Court in the Welsh daily Nation Cymru
On the 85th anniversary of the Bombing of Guernica, we check that totalitarianism's techniques are still alive, and the day surprises us with a condemnation
President Zelenskiy has compared what has been happening in some Ukrainian cities with what happened in Guernica: the massacre of civilians by occupying troops
Historian Ingo Niebel is presenting his book about Lehendakari Aguirre's flight through Occupied Europe to escape Nazi and Francoist persecution