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Andoni Ortuzar analyzes Lehendakari Aguirre's readings while hiding from the Gestapo in Europe and his thoughts on the republics of the New World
Historian Xabier Irujo dismantles all the lies around the bombing of Otxandio that were spread by Francoist historians
Exactly 70 years ago, the French Government expropriated the building where the Basque Government had established its Delegation in Paris and gave it to the Francoists…and it's never been returned
The Wessex Film and Sound Archive has shared a documentary about the arrival of the Basque children to Southampton aboard the 'Habana' on May 23, 1937
On the anniversary of the Bombing of Guernica, we bring you the website the Center for Basque Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno has published about the event
Today, April 14, we celebrate the 90th anniversary of the proclamation of the Spanish Republic, which reminds us Basques that we still don't have a republic of our own
More information about "Jack" Sullivan de Prendrgast, the Irishman who fought with the Basques in their struggle against fascism in the Irrintzi Battalion
The Basque Children of '37 Association shares with us the story of Edith Pretty, the protagonist of the Netflix film "The Dig", and a hero of the Basque war children in the UK
On the 75th anniversary of the death of Flavio Ajuriaguerra, we've had the opportunity to publish some thoughts to share in Deia about this...
The Argentine daily El 9 de Julio, named after the day of Argentine independence, was founded in 1909 in the town of Nueve de Julio,...