A prisoner and a returned exile in the Spanish Senate
Dignity and disgrace, the story of a sad day
Catalonia considering 2030 Winter Olympics bid with Sarajevo
Miki: "Eurovision is the most exhausting but most satisfying thing I've ever done"
Here's the Catalan husband of the Eurovision presenter
What we do
Where we are
Spain's Valle de los Caídos: where the dictator Franco lies alongside his victims
Exiled Toni Comín attends Mauthausen homage "representing the Catalan Republic"
El Nacional / EFE
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"
Spain's foreign minister: "In the US all they did was kill a couple of Indians"
Historical rectification in Barcelona's Jewish quarter
This is Spain's "disastrous" way of trying to achieve unity, says US academic
The BBC explains the three historical Catalan republics
Bodies of hundreds of 17th century soldiers found in Barcelona
1855: "Association or death", the story of Catalonia's first general strike
The Guardian describes Spain's efforts to dispel its "dark" legend
Why did Philip V hate the Catalans?
"Spanish Sahara. The last reinforcements": the photographic archive of Spain's betrayal
Albert Sánchez Piñol: “This country hasn't moved forward through victories, but through defeats”
"Comtes", the drama documentary series on the origins of Catalonia
The Jews who fled the Holocaust over the Pyrenees
A whole government behind bars (1934-2017)
The four Catalan republics: 1641, 1873, 1931 and 1934
Where did the Catalan Jews go?
The gypsy genocide of Bourbon Spain
The Catholic Monarchs and the myth of the oldest 'nation' in Europe
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