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TERMINE & LINKS

11/15/18

Einladung

Die Weihnachtskonzerte finden dieses Jahr finden am 19. und 20. Dezember um 18.00 Uhr im Forum statt.

Anders als in den Vorjahren ist das Programm an den beiden Abenden nicht identisch:

Mittwoch mit: Bläserklasse 5b, Unterstufenchor, Stomp-AG, Junior Big Band, GBN Big Band.

Donnerstag mit: Bläserklasse 6b, Juniorblasorchester, Mittel- und Oberstufenchor, Musik-LK, GBN Big Band.

Eintrittspreise: 3 Euro für Erwachsene, 2 Euro für Schüler. Der Kartenvorverkauf beginnt am 6.Dezember in der großen Pause (Nähe Forum).


Seminarfach "The Great War"

Bericht über die Seminarfahrt nach London vom 19. bis 23. August 2013

Der folgende Bericht in englischer Sprache wurde von den Teilnehmern der Fahrt gemeinsam verfasst:

After we had arrived at London’s Stansted Airport in the early morning we took the train to Liverpool Station. Our hotel was near Paddington Station and just three blocks from Hyde Park. After we unpacked our luggage we started our walk through London. We began our sightseeing tour with the Albert Memorial in the Hyde Park, afterwards we continued our way to Buckingham Palace via several war memorials where students had to make presentations which they had prepared at home. Having passed the Mall we finally reached Trafalgar Square where we had lunch in front of The National Gallery. Next stop on our tour was Downing Street, home of the prime minister, but, as we were told by a student, one cannot enter the street because of the fear of terrorism. Last but not least we saw the Houses of Parliament, including Big Ben and the London Eye on the opposite riverfront.

On Tuesday we visited the „National Army Museum“ in London. In there, we got a good impression of daily life during the war, which was presented using dolls and other artefacts. The other half of the day we booked a guide who showed us where bombs fell during a zeppelin raid. He told us that a lot of people died and many houses were destroyed by  the bombs. It was very hard to attack the zeppelins because of the airships’ altitude. After that trip we all were satisfied and happily went back to our hotel. All in all it was an interesting day with a lot of new information and some fun.

On Wednesday we first went to the “Museum of London”. After we had heard presentations about London in the Victorian age, we took a look at the galleries, where we learned a lot about the development of London.

After our visit at the museum we went to the ”Royal College of Surgeons”. There we had the chance to have a look at medical books and authentic documents. Most pictures showed injuries of British soldiers caused by bombs, bullets, etc. in the World War I and ways how to reconstruct their faces by using plastic surgery. The pictures were quiet interesting but also frightening.

In the evening we watched the musical ”War Horse” which deals with different aspects of World War One. The main focus was on a young boy called Albert and his relationship to a horse named Joey and how it changed due to the war. Everyone was impressed by the whole performance - especially by the realistic depiction of the horses.

On Thursday we visited the Royal Air Force Museum in Collindale. After arriving we had a look at the recreated office of the former owner of an airplane factory. Furthermore, some of us had the chance to try on some original and replicated pilots’ uniforms of the Great War. Later we had the chance to explore many of the airplanes which were used in different wars from different countries. That was really exciting as we could climb inside them in some cases. Another highlight was the flight-simulator which was extremely realistic.

On the last day of our trip we visited the “Imperial War Museum”, where several topics of history were dealt with. First, we went to the “Architecture of War” part with several pictures and caricatures of the First World War. After that, we went to the “Holocaust” part, with a very interesting description of the Holocaust, especially for Germans. Subsequently we saw the Lord Ashcroft gallery, which dealt with people having received the “Victorian Cross”. From our point of view this gallery was controversial, since killing people was honoured.  



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