A Ciszterci Rend Nagy Lajos Gimnáziuma 2014 őszén, egy sikeresen teljesített Comenius pályázat után, elnyerte a második uniós pályázatát  az Erasmus+ stratégiai partnerség keretén belül.

A partneriskolák országaiban, régiójában fellelhető Első Világháborús emlékek bemutatása és összehasonlítása.
Regionális értékeink ismertetése, hagyományaink bemutatása.
Nemzetközi csoportok aktív, hosszútávú együttműködése internetes fórumokon (eTwinning).
Diák- és tanári mobilitások megvalósítása.


Információk a projektről

Including an application Erasmus+ 2014-2017: The focal point lays

a) on the regional history, comparing results with our partners.

b) the possible alternatives of WWI – pacifism, anti-militarism, new democratic beginnings after the war.
Another key issue that needs to be addressed by this project is if the outbreak of the war is based on a fatal lack of knowledge, misjudgement or both. Another question which arises is how could it be possible, that after a World War followed the next World War within two decades? It was not an ‘European’ but ‘World War’, that’s why partners from overseas present an important part in our project. In how far the "ordinary citizen" was involved. We do research in local archives, reading old newspapers and journals comparing school books of that time and discussing the results with our partners.


our students will have a good grounding in the field of WWI
Learning by doing - to realize the chances of an European project, working on the regional level always within a global context.


3 years + (with new students) 3 main topics (always from the regional point of view):
a) The prehistory of World War I
b) The War 1914-1918
c) The aftermath of World War I .

Várható eredmények

The essential conclusion of our research on WW I will be:

a) The necessity of a critical re-examination of every policy, always reminding us that peace is not a given, but that we have to preserve it carefully.
b) It will always be possible to find alternatives.“The First World War was a tragic and unnecessary conflict. Unnecessary because the train of events that led to its outbreak might have been broken at any point during the five weeks of crisis that preceded the first clash of arms, had prudence or common goodwill found a voice; tragic because the consequences of the first clash ended the lives of ten million human beings….” John Keegan’s basic hypothesis (The First World War).