By Robert P. Clark
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Whether or not these experiences make us their prisoners or their beneficiaries depends on whether or not we allow ourselves to be blinded by them or informed, and especially whether or not we continue the systematic search for confirming or refuting data. In my own case, my marriage to the daughter of an exiled Basque nationalist political and intellectual figure gave me a near-unique window into the lives of the people who populate the movement. These countless personal contacts have been supplemented by two trips to the Basque country, the first for ten weeks in the spring and summer of 1973, the second for a month during the winter of 1978-1979.
Title : The Basques, the Franco Years and Beyond Basque Series author : Clark, Robert P. publisher : University of Nevada Press isbn10 | asin : 0874170575 print isbn13 : 9780874170573 ebook isbn13 : 9780874173741 language : English subject PaÃs Vasco (Spain)--History--Autonomy and independence movements, Nationalism--Spain--PaÃs Vasco. 004/9992 subject : PaÃs Vasco (Spain)--History--Autonomy and independence movements, Nationalism--Spain--PaÃs Vasco. Page i The Basque Series Page ii Books in The Basque Series A Book of the Basques by Rodney Gallop In a Hundred Graves: A Basque Protrait by Robert Laxalt Basque Nationalism by Stanley G.
26 The Kingdom of Navarra was proclaimed by its king, Sancho Garces, in 905; and, for the next two centuries, Navarra played a key role in the politics of the Iberian Peninsula. The military prowess of the Navarrese had been demonstrated by the rout of the army of the Frankish King Charlemagne in the famous battle of Roncesvalles in 778. The diplomatic success of the kingdom was also great. Caught between the Christian and Arab worlds, and occupying a strategic location along one of the major communication routes between these two world religions, Navarra was able to play off one force against another.
The Basques, the Franco years and beyond by Robert P. Clark