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Lecture by Jay Winter: “The Day the Great War ended: 24 July 1923”

28 Nov 2019 (18:30 - 20:30)
Adultos
Jóvenes

Renowned historian and author Professor Jay Winter, a leading expert on the First World War, will show how the last of the Treaties ending the hostilities encompassing the Great War, signed at Lausanne on 23 July 1923, marked a turning point in the nature of war. He will show how ending war in 1923 contained within it the seeds of the conflict to come 16 years later.

Lunch tours header - group tour in museum

Visitas a la Casa de la Historia Europea los martes a mediodía

26 Nov 2019 (12:15 - 13:00)
Adultos
Jóvenes
Familias
Centros docentes

La Casa de la Historia Europea ofrece un viaje atractivo e inspirador a través de la historia europea. Aproveche la hora del almuerzo para descubrir las nuevas exposiciones permanentes y temporales. Un guía le mostrará objetos estrechamente relacionados con los procesos y acontecimientos que han...

Lunch tours header - group tour in museum

Visitas a la Casa de la Historia Europea los martes a mediodía

19 Nov 2019 (12:15 - 13:00)
Adultos
Jóvenes
Familias
Centros docentes

La Casa de la Historia Europea ofrece un viaje atractivo e inspirador a través de la historia europea. Aproveche la hora del almuerzo para descubrir las nuevas exposiciones permanentes y temporales. Un guía le mostrará objetos estrechamente relacionados con los procesos y acontecimientos que han...

Kid drawing during Family days

Family Days

17 Nov 2019 (10:30 - 18:00)
Familias

On the occasion of ‘Family Days’, the House of European History invites you to take part in a host of activities! Come and travel through time in our special photo studio or take part in 3D and augmented reality workshops to make amazing creations yourself. Or have a last dance to the tune of your old LP. Bring your newly created accessories along to the 1960s closing party!

Headshots of two Moldovan - Romanian authors

Hosted Event: Literature, Migration and Multilingualism

13 Nov 2019 (18:30 - 20:30)
Adultos
Jóvenes

The 12th century Castilian Jewish poet Yehuda Halevy said "My heart is in the East and I am in the West". The same goes for migrants, and among them are those who have chosen to write in a language other than their mother tongue. Can the enrichment of this situation rebuild the fractured...

Lunch tours header - group tour in museum

Visitas a la Casa de la Historia Europea los martes a mediodía

12 Nov 2019 (12:15 - 13:00)
Adultos
Jóvenes
Familias
Centros docentes

La Casa de la Historia Europea ofrece un viaje atractivo e inspirador a través de la historia europea. Aproveche la hora del almuerzo para descubrir las nuevas exposiciones permanentes y temporales. Un guía le mostrará objetos estrechamente relacionados con los procesos y acontecimientos que han...

RESTLESS FASHION OF TOMORROW

7 Nov 2019 (17:00 - 22:00)
Adultos
Jóvenes
Familias

The House of European History is taking part in Brussels Museums Nocturnes on Thursday 7th November! Besides staying open until 22.00, we are offering a wealth of activities around fashion in our Restless Youth temporary exhibition. So come to have fun, learn and meet people during an unforgettable evening! All activities are free of charge, no prior registration needed.

Hosted event: United for social cohesion

5 Nov 2019 (18:00 - 20:30)
Adultos

“For A New European Social Contract” project is a series of discussions that aim to rethink the social contract, so that it no longer relies on the relationship between citizens and the state but goes beyond by taking into account the different dimensions of life today and the crucial issues citizens are facing.

Remembering 1989 "carte blanche" tours

Remembering 1989 "carte blanche" tours

26 Oct 2019 (13:00 - 18:00)
Adultos
Jóvenes

In one astonishing year, 1989, a revolutionary wave swept away the Iron Curtain and led to the collapse of the communist regimes of Central and Eastern Europe within a few years. How is the memory of this unique year still relevant and alive today? What is the legacy of this period for individuals, nations and the continent? How can the events and actors of 1989 inspire engaged citizens today?

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