Ramon De Belausteguigoitia

RAMON DE Belausteguigoitia (1891-1981) “There in front of Spain a great character: it is ana. His work is to strengthen the traditional soul, the skeleton of Spain, and embed it in the modern evolution. It is the true leader. No going back to the masses begging the direction and guidance. Can deal with unfair or foolish opinion, although most have …

Feat, is a man of action, is a providential man. “Ramon de Belausteguigoitia. THE VOICE OF A VERY LAST LORD OF A LONG When, in 1933, General Sandino, “an extraordinary champion of freedom” as Belausteguigoitia, introduced him to his wife, tells the Basque writer who said: “I will present a man with a long name, there is no way to pronounce it at first. “Ramon de Belausteguigoitia Landaluce born in Llodio, Alava, October 27, 1891 and died in Madrid in 1981. Left end of the Athletic Club for five seasons, where he also plays his brother Jose Maria, the Belauste famous author of the historic goal against Sweden in the Summer Olympics of 1920. He studied law at the University of Salamanca and later extended his studies in London, where he works as a correspondent for the newspaper El Sol, during the First World War.

On his return a publicist and head of the Development Section in the Municipality of Bilbao. Hermes help and Euzkadi magazines. He is a member of the Society of Basque Studies since 1923. Lies some time in Nicaragua, where he works as a correspondent. After getting married to Ana Lopez Sberck, set out in the Mexican state of Coahuila, where he and his brother Ignacio, operates a ranch. After touring several countries including China, Japan and Russia, the military uprising of General Franco in Spain was surprised. Before the war ended he returned to Mexico, where he remained in exile until 1974, returning to his country. During his exile maintains his membership in the Basque Nationalist Party, working in the Basque Center of Mexico. His books are discussed in The Spains, the magazine’s most prestigious literary and cultural exile. Nationalist ideology, Belausteguigoitia feels a great interest in other cultures and the problems of the land as reflected in his numerous works. Trueba. Its significance in modern Basque literature (1914), essay published to mark the 25th anniversary of the death of “Anton of Songs” Statism to economic nationalism. Regional considerations (1917), The land question in the Basque Country (1918), The foundations of a national government Basque (1918), a work which reflects his vision of the Basque question, based on the official status of Euskera and Castilian, Basque university development, cross-class society, a national church and administrative autonomy to Spain conceived as a confederation of nations: The reform of rural property and urban property in the Basque Country (1920), Mexico close (1930);

With Sandino in Nicaragua. Time for Peace (1934); Euzkadi in flames (1938), a novel in which he recounts some episodes of the war that bears his entire family into exile, the transformation of agriculture in Mexico (1947), The shade of the mesquite (1951), one of his most famous novels, The unexplored valley (1960), The Great Adventure (1967) Novel of a retrograde (1970) and The Ballad of Peace (1971). The life and work of Belausteguigoitia confirm what we said about the Basques: “do not merely live, but tend to be action.” Francisco Arias Solis I am a man who always tells the truth. (Phrase Salvochea Fermin glossed in the book: 102 reasons to remember Salvochea) of Internet Portal for Peace and Freedom and Free Forum.