Irujo y la Sociedad de Estudios Vascos/Eusko Ikaskuntza
ESTORNÉS ZUBIZARRETA, Idoia (2002) Irujo y la Sociedad de Estudios Vascos/Eusko Ikaskuntza. Vasconia. Cuadernos de Historia-Geografía (32). pp. 91-97. ISSN 1136-6834
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Manuel de Irujo is 27 years old when the Congress of Oñate (1918) is held. We should not allow ourselves to be surprised by the fact that he did not attend that Congress if we take into account the fact that the problems related to local culture were, by those dates, matters for the clergy and mature men. It is not only his young age that stopped him from taking part; the flu epidemic of 1918 reaps lives, among which is that of his wife. Irujo is an early nationalist and a Basque Nationalist from Navarre. Throughout his cultural activity, this condition is patent in a double facet: that of nationalist and that of Navarran, which was sometimes a painful contrast. And it is as from this commitment that he collaborates with Basque cultural circles and, especially, with Eusko Ikaskuntza.
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