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A Plague for Forster

Visit of the parking garage south

Michail Gorbatshev died

We remember this great person.

Honorary Members Gerhard and René Büchner

Night of the museums 2022

A new banner

Something new at the Vault

Mourn vor Hans Goedecke

We mourn Hans Goedecke, who passed away a few days ago.

To be clear: without Hans Goedecke, the Felix Count von Luckner Society would not exist.

Goedecke spoke to the current President of the society in 2004 and tried to convince him to found an association dedicated to the life and work of the count. Successful, and so a few comrades-in-arms were found together, who then give the new Count von Luckner Society their character and continue to do so today.

Hans Goedecke was very active for a long time and always proved to be extremely generous in his actions.

His commitment in the context of the events surrounding the commemorative event “70th anniversary of the end of the war in Halle”, that was in 2015, will not be forgotten. Hans Goedecke wrote the script for the event, brought the actors together and sat – like Steven Spielberg – on his armchair and conducted this, where you could see his passion for the cause openly.

Goedecke set accents in his ideas and actively implemented them. So he was the Spiritus Rector when it was founded and at the same time an engine in the ongoing work. Hans Goedecke became the first and so far only honorary chairman of the Count von Luckner Society until he retired into private life for reasons of age, but remained very friendly with us until the end.

Hans, we will always keep you in honorable memory and never forget what you did for our society, thank you.

New rubric – miscellaneous

There is a new section for everything that we think is worth mentioning, but which we somehow couldn’t really fit anywhere else or only in a too insignificant place.

In short, what must be said must be said.

If you have ideas for this section, we look forward to your feedback.

The first contribution is to answer the question:

What does Sophie Scholl have to do with the city of Halle?

Read more about this >>> HERE <<<

Night of the Museums 2020

This time only online, from minute 2:51 you will listen to and watch our small message!