Oliver - Year 12 Student & Chief Editor, Humanities Journal Editor's note: Oliver shares here the remarkably brave life of Polish resistance fighter Witold Pilecki, the so-called 'Auschwitz volunteer'. As Oliver notes, "[a]lthough exalted today by his compatriots, Pilecki deserves to be better known... He is remembered today as a national hero in Poland and, … Continue reading Witold Pilecki: The Auschwitz Volunteer
Anushree - Year 9 Student Editor's note: Talented student Anushree, now in Year 10, recently undertook extensive research into the wide-ranging strategies implemented by nations around the world as they attempted to control the coronavirus pandemic in its early stages. The pandemic has evolved since this article was originally written and the statistics have therefore … Continue reading Strategies used to control the coronavirus pandemic
Oliver - Year 11 Student Editor's Note: Oliver Y11 writes expertly on Rommel, general and military theorist. He examines the validity of the ‘Rommel Myth’, addressing his prowess in battle and beyond, and answering the question at the crux of the myth: was Rommel a Nazi? Mei - Chief Editor, Humanities Journal Erwin Rommel is … Continue reading The Rommel Myth: Fact or Fiction?
Mei Whattam - Year 12 MUN Member & Editor-in-Chief, Humanities Journal GSAL delegates excel at the Model United Nations of Hamburg The 12 new delegates from GSAL flourished under the intensity of four days of debate, displaying zeal, avidity and ardour for their allocated topics across nine committees, assemblies and councils hosted at the Gymnasium … Continue reading News From… MUN of Hamburg 2019
Lauren McGaun - Year 13 MUN Member GSAL delegates dominate at the Model United Nations of Hamburg From Wednesday the 19th of September to Sunday the 23rd of September, a group of 11 students and 2 teachers attended the Model United Nations conference in Hamburg, Germany (MUNOH). With hundreds of delegates attending from countries all … Continue reading News From… MUN of Hamburg