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
Flossie - Year 10 Student Editor's Note: This wonderful short essay from Flossie (Year 10) looks at wartime rationing and the national response to it, before challenging us to think about our own attitudes and actions towards the supply of food during the current coronavirus pandemic. CPD World War 2 started on the 1st of … Continue reading What can we as 21st Century readers take from the 14 year rationing?
Matthew Abel - Year 10 Student Matthew Abel (Year 10) writes on the theme of 'Security', in response to the recent One Word essay writing competition advertised in The GSAL Journal. Matthew's chosen topic is the cryptanalysis of the famous Enigma ciphering machine that proved to be so critical in the outcome of World War … Continue reading The Cryptanalysis of Enigma