Musicals What is a Musical? The word Musical is a short form of the english words "musical comedy" and "musical play". It is a form of theatre where the actors sing, dance, act and talk. The history of Musicals Musicals developed from the operetta in the late 19th century in the USA, particularly at the Broadway in New York as many influences like cultures, religions, social positions and skin colours came together in a small area. The first musi ... mehr
Why I choose this topic?
I choose this topic because I heard very good things about the Statue of Liberty from people who were there. I like it also because it is a very big sign for freedom and so I
can learn more about the history of america.
And now I will tell you something about the history of the statue of liberty.
The statue was a gift from the french people to the american people because of
the american declaration o ... mehr
Mahatma Gandhi MG was born on the 2nd of October 1869 in Porbandar in India as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. His father was a businessman an he was the mostly favourite child of his mother. Because of his mother (she was a Hindu) he learned from an early age the tenets (Dogmen) of non - injury to loving beings, vegetarianism, fasting for self-purification (=Läuterung, Reinigung) and tolerance between members of various creeds and sects. As a child ... mehr
Dangerous Minds Miss Johnson is a teacher at Parkmont Highschool. She teaches at risks of students. At the first time they don't take her serious. But she achieves to impress them with karate and she tells them about the time at the Marines. Raul and Durell try to ape. She tries to level down on their standard. She has two rules they have to obey. The first rule is that everybody has to respect yourself and the others and the second rule is she d ... mehr
Fakten zu Henry Moore
Die stilistische Entwicklung Henry Moores
Das Bild der Frau
Mutter und Kind
Das Bild der Natur
Fakten zu Henry Moore:
. 1898 Geboren am 30. Juli in Castleford (Yorkshire)
(arbeitsame Gegend, englischer Norden)
. Englischer Bildhauer und Graphiker
Das siebte Kind einer Bergarbeiterfamilie
. 1917 Kriegsdienst
. 1919 Student der Leeds School of Art
Biographie: · George Orwell, der mit bürgerlichem Namen Eric Blair hieß, wurde am 25. Juni 1903 in Motihari, Bengalien/Indien geboren und ist der Sohn eines britischen Kolonialoffeziers · Von 1917-22 genoss er eine Ausbildung in der Eliteschule Eton College · und war von 1922-27 Offizier der "Indian Imperial Police" in Burma · Jedoch quittierte er den Dienst weil er mit den Kolonialmethoden nicht einverstanden war und betätigte sich bis etwas 193 ... mehr
Beginnings of the University In 1209, students escaping from hostile townspeople in Oxford fled to Cambridge and formed a University there. The oldest college which still exists, Peterhouse, was founded in 1284. One of the most impressive buildings in Cambridge, King\'s College Chapel, was begun in 1446 by King Henry VI. The project was completed in 1515 during the reign of King Henry VIII. Cambridge University Press originated with a printing li ... mehr
I want to tell you something about New England. First I want to tell you something general about New England and the 6 states.
New England is in the northeast of the USA. The 6 states of New England are: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. In New England live about 13 million people on an area of about 200 000 km².
Now I want to say one sentence to each state.
Rhode Island is the ... mehr
- Is shot at p.5
- Tries to commit suicide p.6
- Hysterical p.9
- Benjamin Marchand; lives in 1245 Iwo Jima Avenue, Fort Delta, Massachusetts p.10
- Feels guilty for some accident in the bus with some other children p.10
- Feels left alone p.10, 11
- Goes to private school p.
- Loves his mother p.7
- An outsider p.11
- Is filling guilty because of Nettie p.43
- Is bodyguarded p.43
- Is in love with Nettie p.44
- Tries to invite h ... mehr
"About A Boy" by Nick Hornby
Some of my friends read this book for school and so one of them recommended it to me. I started in the summer vacations and I finished reading after a week.
Set in London, the story is equally that of Will, an attractive, single, 36 year-old man and Marcus, an odd-looking, 12 year-old boy. Hornby gives equal weight to Marcus and Will. The chapters are written rotatory in the views of Marcus and Will ... mehr
In November 30, 1874 Lady Randolph Churchill, née Jennie Jerome and her husband Lord Randolph Churchill (chancellor of the Exchequer) visited Blenheim. Suddenly, Lady Randolph Churchill had gone into labour and Winston Spencer Churchill was born - two month premature. But Winston didn´t born in a hospital, he borned in a little cloakroom behind the mainentrance.
For family-life was no time. "A child get to know his parents as an a ... mehr
"I can never do anything right.I suppose I shall go on being treated as "that boy" till I am 50 years old." (Winston, aged 18 to his mother)
It was decided that he visit the Sandhurst Military College and become an Army Officer. Winston tried twice to pass the entrance examination. He failed.
Then he visited a \"crammer\" at school, which is specialised in intensive study in order to pass examinations. Winston managed it. So he c ... mehr
"My God! This, this is living History."
(Churchill to Margot Asquith, January, 1915)
In July 1914, Churchill carried out a test mobilisation of the fleet. When the test was over, he ordered the fleet to remain in readiness. That decision meant that Britain was prepared to act quckliy, when the war broke out. On July 28, after Austria declared war on Serbia, the fleet continued to its war station at Scapa Flow, Britain´s princi ... mehr
"But now one can see how lucky I was. Over me beat the invisible wings."
(Churchill in "The Gathering Storm")
After World War I Churchill lost his seat in Parliament in the 1922 elections. It was 22 years after he had been first elected as a Member of Parliament.
\" In the twinkling of one eye, I found myself without an office, without a seat, without a party and without an appendix.\"
In the next two years he was out of parl ... mehr
Churchill still lived in his own house,was still a member of parliament in the Hose of Commons. For ten years - from 1929 until 1939 - Churchill had no influence on the British (or on the world) history. He was not an anti-fascist, but he was also not a fascist. And he wasn´t, although everybody in Germany think so, ag ... mehr
"Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never, never - in nothing great or small, large or petty - never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense." (Churchill at Harrow, 1941)
The Navy went into action without hesitation, and within a few months the Navy was responsible for decline of the German battleship.
The German Army soon became active. Churchill felt that there was a danger to Norway. He wanted the Norweg ... mehr
On the same day, 10 May, Hitler invaded Holland and Belgium.
Four days after Churchill took office, Holland collapsed under the pressure of the German attack, and only two weeks later, Belgian collapsed, too.
Churchill made four visits to France and had discussions with the French leaders.They review the conduct and progress of the war. For some time Churchill had confidence in the power of the French ar ... mehr
He is the most honored and honorable man to walk the stage of human history in the time in which we live. President John F. Kennedy on Churchill in 1963
Before Japan finally were beaten, Churchill¡äs wartime government broke up, and the Labour party won large majority in the general election of July 1945, so he lost his post as Prime Minister. Several reasons for the Conservative decline were put forward. Many people thought that Churchill w ... mehr
May 8, 1945
Ministry of Health, London
During the celebrations that followed the announcement of the end of the war in Europe, Churchill and his principal colleagues appeared on the balcony of the Ministry of Health in Whitehall, and made two brief speeches to the vast crowd. After the words \"This is your victory\" the crowd roared back, \"No-it is yours.\" It was an unforgettable moment of love and gratitude.
God bless you a ... mehr
June 18, 1940
House of Commons
I spoke the other day of the colossal military disaster which occurred when the French High Command failed to withdraw the northern Armies from Belgium at the moment when they knew that the French front was decisively broken at Sedan and on the Meuse. This delay entailed the loss of fifteen or sixteen French divisions and threw out of action for the critical period the whole of the British Expeditio ... mehr