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A fantastic book about the history of Basque whalers (good, nice...

Libro Balleneros vascos bratuito
This article was tranlated by Iustrans As the Spanish saying goes, we all like things to be "good, nice and cheap". We can’t deny that,...

The North Atlantic, the “Sea of the Basques”, and we didn’t...

Biscayarhalvøya peninsula on the central part of the north coast of Albert I Land, northern Spitsbergen.
They say that a people who forget their history are condemned to repeat it.  We imagine that this sentence refers to negative aspects, because...

The plaques designating Red Bay as a World Heritage Site are...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp There are matters where we get the impression that either we're obsessed or we have a completely different...

The First References between the Basques and Whales

Medium Aaevum is a thoroughly interesting website for history lovers, where one can dive in for hours and still not cease to be surprised,...

A 16th century Basque ship, and UN symbol, will set sail...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Windsor Star is a Canadian daily published in the city located just across the strait/border from Detroit. They've just...

An enthralling report on the Basques in Iceland and the “Basque-Icelandic...

Katharina Hauptmann has just published a thrilling article in the Iceland Review about the existence of a Basque-Icelandic pidgin while also discussing the history of...

A huge discovery: a Basque ax, the oldest iron object ever...

Poblado Huron  - Citizen59
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The history of the arrival of non-Hispanic Europeans to the coasts of North America now has to be...