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In Barcelona, football is culture and you can play in the museum
A colonial enclave called Ifni: Spain's forgotten African war of 1957
Treaty of the Pyrenees: a natural frontier or an enormous lie?
20 years since Juan Carlos's lie: "The Spanish language has never been imposed"
Inscribed tombstone from ancient Jewish necropolis found on Barcelona's Montjuïc
"Three days in April": Palau Robert recalls the 1931 Catalan Republic, 90 years on
Joan Safont Plumed
23-F attempted coup
King celebrates his fugitive father Juan Carlos as the saviour of Spain in 1981 coup
23rd February 1981
40 years on: the shadowy role of the king in Spain's attempted coup of 23-F
Spain's Juan Carlos I is the king who "self-destructed", says German public radio
Homage to Francesc Macià
Puigdemont in Prats de Molló: "The red thread of the Catalan struggle continues"
Clara Ponsatí presents 'The Case of the Catalans': a new work on independence
An epidemic as a weapon of fascist repression: Barcelona’s TB outbreak of 1939
The impossible Moncloa Pacts
The Barcelona train tragedy that was covered up for decades
Tension between Antwerp and Madrid due to the Spanish empire's 'Tercios'
Franco, Hitler and the Catalans of Auschwitz
City of Madrid permits a reenactment of Spanish Empire's brutal Flanders armies
The Canadenca strike, 100 years on: exhibition recalls key Catalan labour struggle
Gustau Nerín & Robert Southon
"For the good of Spain, Barcelona must be bombarded once every 50 years"
Ian Gibson admits: "Fascism is in the veins of millions of Spaniards"
Death of Amadeo, 80 years after heart-rending Spanish Civil War photo
Cèlia Forment i Bori
Spanish government renews the dukedom that Franco created for Falange founder
Barcelona beach closed over unexploded Civil War bomb
Victims of Francoism
Spanish minister receives a booing at Republican commemoration in Paris
Global Spain, prize for ignorance
Global Spain head Irene Lozano attacks Quim Torra directly in Twitter exchange
"Whitewashing Franco": disgust as Spanish government continues to rewrite history
"If you're Spanish, speak Spanish": how Castilian became Spain's dominant language
France 3 TV shows unique footage of Perpignan's liberation from Nazi occupation
When Tarragona was the other capital of Rome
The Franco-era mass graves and conflictive memories of Barcelona's Montjuïc cemetery
Online map provides a tour of Barcelona's democratic memory
France Culture explains who the Catalans are (on eve of the European elections)
Spain's Valle de los Caídos: where the dictator Franco lies alongside his victims
Exiled Toni Comín attends Mauthausen homage "representing the Catalan Republic"
Spanish minister walks out on Nazi camp tribute after Catalan prisoners mentioned
Emotional farewell to Neus Català, last Catalan survivor of Nazi concentration camps
Puigdemont: Spanish response to Mexico’s letter on colonial issue was “atrocious"
Neus Català, last Catalan survivor of Nazi camps, dies at 103
Catalan Parliament apologises for colonialism, calls on Spain to condemn it too
Catalan government condemns conquest of America and slave trade
France3 TV blows the fog from the French-Spanish "natural border" idea
Diplomatic crisis between Spain and Mexico over "abuses" of Spanish conquest
Spanish civil war
Emotive commemoration of the bombardment of La Garriga, eighty years on
Extremists in Barcelona flaunt Nazi symbol banned in Germany
Paul Preston: "It's easy to make enemies in Spain"
Alba Solé Ingla
Spain's foreign minister: "In the US all they did was kill a couple of Indians"
Historical rectification in Barcelona's Jewish quarter