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4:33pm Terran resistance" data-content=" View Profile ">Terran resistance: ive got two subscribers on youtube, lets see if i can catch up with quinton who probably has something like 200, im 100th of the way! This entry in the minute book tells us that the first monthly Sunday meeting, for long now known as Vereinsnachmittag, was held 65 years ago, in January 1946. When, in 1949, the German YMCA in London could establish a new Centre and Hostel at Lyndale Hall, 368 Finchley Road, Hampstead, this became initially a meeting place for ex-POWs who wanted to remain in England. Der Deutsche CVJM in London will allen jungen Deutschen in England ohne Unterschied des Bekenntnisses und der politischen Richtung auf der Grundlage lebendigen Christentums nach Leib, Seele und Geist dienen und damit ein Helfer zur rechten Lebensgestaltung sein. By opening its doors, Lyndale Hall provided the opportunity to a variety of services, and the Association became one of the first YMCAs with women and girls in membership.
As a result of the exceptional circumstances since 1914, and probably for longer than any other Association, the German YMCA in London had hardly any contact with young men.
The lines from the Minutes on the Logo are preceded by information received from the Solicitor Mr Pepper to the effect that he was unable to protect the interests of the Association, as City House and the Christian Home for Waiters could be commandeered as enemy alien property. The background text is taken from German YMCA Executive Council Minutes, dated 10th December 1912, when the Association had its splendid new house in City Road and a Christian Home for Waiters in Charlotte Street. These few lines tell us that the Association held each year a Christmas collection in order to support the needy at the Home for Waiters and to finance Christmas gifts and a meal for elderly Germans living at the Libury Hall Farm Colony in Hertfordshire. We also learn that in the new house in City Road, after only two years, various alterations and improvements became necessary. Finally, there is evidence that journeys of Association secretaries to the Continent were often combined with fund-raising efforts, not least because the Association relied heavily on private donations for its work and not at all on any income from the City House Hotel.

This appeared on our Programme for February - March 2010 and our 150th Anniversary Programme 2010. This diary is written in Old German (its usage officially discontinued in 1941), with letters so different in character from modern handwriting, that their understanding is lost to today’s generation.
On Monday, 10th April 1865, ten members of the Islington Jünglingsverein and six guests met in the vestry of the church, where they studied and discussed a text of enlightened, humanistic writing by the German poet and critic, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing. By joining our free community you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other users, upload videos and photos in your own photo album and access many other special features. Use online the RowText-Image Generator or the WordCloud-Image Generator, and your pictures will be converted into individual, typographical images, which can be used as a personal gift, for presentations or as the base for further graphics. These tools result in our text art generators with the goal to melt text and images to a fascinating computer-based text art image (typography).
A few lines from past decades could well serve as a background to the design around the number 150. Official visitors from Germany too had a vested interest in the activities of the German Association in London and on many occasions gladly accepted its hospitality. One generation (over 450) had left before the war and the post-war generation of German young men were prevented to come and work in London, due to restrictions never before imposed in Great Britain.
The Board was already actively engaged in finding more suitable premises and had also engaged a young secretary. And should the house be requisitioned, then they could freely face the members and friends, on whose behalf they had the responsibility to look after the house as long as they possibly could”. And when it was returned to the Association after the war, there was no German community left in London, to which the house could be of service. This farm colony had been opened at Whitsun 1902 by the former Association secretary and Board member Wilhelm Müller. Pastor Scholten, of the German congregation in Islington, acted at the time for the Association as Superintendent for the houses in City Road and Charlotte Street. Sample images, conversion tips and further information can be found on the following pages.
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At the time the Association was homeless and the small committee met under war conditions as often as possible at Mr Henne’s rooms above his butcher shop in Tower Bridge Road or at his private house in Inglemere Road, Forest Hill. The Vereinsnachmittage as well as Board meetings were continued at St George’s Church until the spring of 1949, when the Association was able to open its own new home again in Hampstead.
But there were also German women and girls in London, who had come to England for work as domestic staff. And, although it took years before other Associations in England and Germany conceded that traditional YMCA work had to change, eventually doors opened everywhere.
The few dedicated members of the German YMCA still in London had a long struggle to protect the Association from disappearing altogether.
When, in 1872, the German Branch of the Aldersgate YMCA moved into their own premises at 28 Finsbury Square, the remaining members of the diminished Verein in Islington joined the Verein at Finsbury Square and brought with them their diary, literally their only possession. Families37 PostsRecent: The Rockefellers are Worth 500 Trillion Dollars, what about the Poor!!
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This fact was not ignored and therefore discussed by the Association’s Board of Management in February 1951.
Associations developed, each in its special way, inclusive programmes and services for the benefit of whole communities. Largely due to the wise counsel of the treasurer, Baron Bruno Schröder, no funds were expended on temporary measures like a costly hut. Four members, including the Benner brothers had not yet returned from service in HM Forces. Here, the Association had found a new home and hotel in a central position until another World War forced its closure again.

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