2017年7月20日木曜日

《ポーランド&ドイツ ✈︎ ツアー Day 2 - ①》





《ポーランド&ドイツ ✈︎ ツアー ! Day 2 - ①》

7 / 18 (火)

Part ①
Stutthoff Concentration Camp

The couple will meet a group of five former prisoners of the Camp, which was the first set up outside German borders in 1939.

Part ②
Town Market, Gdansk

Kate and her husband will travel to Gdansk where they will attend a street party in the central market square.

Part ③
Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre

The Duke and Duchess will visit the theatre and attend a reception inside the theatre.

Part ④
European Solidarity Movement


They will tour the museum, and meet with founding members of Solidarit, before walking through the iconic shipyard gates, and leaving a wreath at the foot of the 



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ご夫妻で
本格的に、お仕事スタート!

4ヶ所を回るという
忙しい一日に。

朝一は、
シュトゥットホーフ強制収容所”
からスタート

ポーランドを語るに不可欠な
悲惨な歴史を
まず学ばれた、ということですね。

キャサリン妃のお顔も
心なしか、
取り憑かれたかのように顔色悪い。。。
考えすぎか、、、

でもウルっとされたようで、
目頭を拭うシーンも。

私は、
ここ絶対やばい。
入れません。。。

その後は、ものすごい数の国民のお迎えとともに
明るい、ストリートパーティーへ。

この落差は
むしろベターというもの。


ファッションは
この日は1ポーズで通し!

英国らしい、
フラワープリントのセットアップで。
《Erdem》

派手すぎず、地味すぎず
全てに対応可能ですね、これくらいなら。
さすが、うまい。


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Part ①
Stutthoff Concentration Camp

The couple will meet a group of five former prisoners of the Camp, which was the first set up outside German borders in 1939.

シュトゥットホーフ強制収容所
ナチス・ドイツ
1939年に
ダンツィヒ(ポーランド地名グダニスク)の東36キロほどの
シュトゥットホーフ(ポーランド地名シュトゥトヴォ(pl:Sztutowo))
に建てた強制収容所

Stutthof was the first Nazi concentration camp set up in Poland in 1939, and was one of the last to be liberated in 1945.

ここに収容されたのは
28カ国からの、男・女・子供たち
約11万人

そのうち
65000人が、
処刑や劣悪な環境によって死亡した。

収監者たちの山積みになった靴や
囚人服の展示

ここに収監された経験を持つ
生存者の方達ともお会いに。

診察、トイレ、
処刑所や、
”デス・ゲート”
と称されるゲートも通られた。

キャサリン妃が目を拭われた場面も。


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動画




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到着

arrive at the museum of former German Nazi concentration camp Stutthof in Sztutowo














shown a series of exhibits discarded shoes and clothing seized from prisoners on arrival at the camp in Gdansk, where 65,000 were killed during Germany's occupation in the Second World War



given a guided tour of the museum, where they viewed belongings such as shoes left behind by former prisoners who were killed by the Nazis




Thin striped uniforms belonging to former prisoners of the camp, showing the numbers given to them by the Nazis




The infirmary at the camp: Nazi doctors were known to euthanise prisoners who were too sick to work with lethal injections 
















received a guided tour from the director of Stutthof Museum, Piotr Tarnowski



キャサリン妃もウルっと、、、、

looked emotional during the visit, during which she and William learned how tens of thousands of prisoners died from starvation, enforced labour and disease, as well as in the gas chamber






Barbed wire fences are still standing at the camp where tens of thousands of people died during the Second World War 


met two British survivors of Stuttoff, Zigi Shipper (left, beside Prince William) and Manfred Goldberg




Zigi Shipper and Manfred Goldberg (right) were both making their first return to the camp since moving to Britain after the war




The pair spent time with Manfred Goldberg and Zigi Shipper who survived the camp and now live in North London. Neither have ever been back to the camp until today



Kate said: "What you have been through and you still hold in your memories must be extremely difficult to speak about. Thank you very much for meeting us.”


Manfred Goldberg narrowly escaped death at Stuthoff when he and fellow prisoners were liberated in May 1945. He was among prisoners loaded on to a barge, which was set to be towed out to sea and blown up by the Nazis



シュトゥットホーフ強制収容所のゲート

The couple walking through the infamous 'death gates' of the former concentration camp






pay their respects at the Star of David in memory of 28,000 Jews who died at Stutthof and the 6 million killed in the Holocaust







They wrote "We were intensely moved by our visit to Stutthof, which has been the scene of so much terrible pain, suffering and death. This shattering visit has reminded us of the horrendous murder of six million Jews, drawn from across the whole of Europe, who died in the abominable Holocaust. It is, too, a terrible reminder of the cost of war. And the fact that Poland alone lost millions of its people, who were the victims of a most brutal occupation. All of us have an overwhelming responsibility to make sure that we learn the lessons and that the horror of what happened is never forgotten and never repeated."



toured the former Stutthof concentration camp to learn about the atrocities committed during the Second World War. They both appeared visibly moved as they were shown a pile of shoes that once belonged to concentration camp victims


met a group of five former prisoners of the camp










 the journey to Gdansk




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Part ②
Town Market, Gdansk

Kate and her husband will travel to Gdansk where they will attend a street party in the central market square.


arrived in the central market square in Gdansk



Hundreds of locals lined the old market square as the royals arrived










given a live demonstration of amber processing (pictured) before trying out local delicacies. They chatted to amber expert Zbligniew Strzelczyk, owner of the Styl Gallery Gdansk, a city famed for the stone




The Duchess looks fascinated as she examines a piece of amber in the central market square. The craftsman said: 'They were very interested in the trade. Prince William asked about where the amber is found and I told him to 10 per cent is washed up on beach'


enjoys a local tipple after arriving at the market in Gdansk's old town. She and William sampled local delicacies including Goldwasser, a traditional liqueur with flakes of gold (pictured) and some pierogi dumplings



welcomed with traditional drinks. The couple sampled local delicacies including Goldwasser, a traditional liqueur with flakes of gold, and pierogi dumplings 


William and Kate were welcomed in the Arthus Court in the very heart of Gdansk by the Mayor of the Gdansk City Pawel Adamowicz (left). Amid cheering, they wandered through the Long Market with the Fountain of Neptune







They tried some Polish and Gdansk delicacies - Goldwasser a traditional liqueur with flakes of gold. "It is very good, very sweet", William said "And very strong", Kate added


William said: 'It is very good, very sweet,' after he downed the shot in one. 'And very strong,' Kate added as she recovered from downing the 40 per cent proof liqueur




tried out local dumplings, trying salmon and mushroom flavour respectively





with the Mayor of Gdansk


given a milky Baltic amber and gold necklace, "designed to match HRH’s modern style"



the necklace and the cherry Baltic Amber cufflinks William was given. The necklace was created by S & A Jewellery Design.



Welcome William and Kate!




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Part ③
Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre

The Duke and Duchess will visit the theatre and attend a reception inside the theatre


the Gdansk Shakespeare theatre, of which The Prince of Wales is Patron


met performers at Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre, which has the Prince of Wales as patron. During the seventeenth century there was a large English-speaking community based in Gdansk, which made the city an important destination for travelling English players











 The royals attended a small reception inside the theatre for Poles from the world of arts, culture and media.





❤️❤️


During the seventeenth century there was a large English-speaking community based in Gdansk, which made the city an important destination for travelling English players. 

The Shakespeare Theatre opened in 2014, and is home to the city’s annual Shakespeare festival, attended by theatre-lovers from around the world. The Theatre has an adaptable auditorium which allows for three different sized stages, and a retractable roof.


presented with a special edition of J. Kochanowski’s "The Dismissal of the Greek Envoys". Kochanowski was the greatest Slavic poet up until the 19th c. who wrote in Latin & Polish and had a huge impact on Slavic languages.





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Part ④
European Solidarity Movement

They will tour the museum, and meet with founding members of Solidarit, before walking through the iconic shipyard gates, and leaving a wreath at the foot of the 


 the European Solidarity Centre, in Gdansk’s shipyards the birth-place of the Solidarity movement in Poland.

”連帯博物館”
連帯記念碑
連帯の活動を記録


join former President of Poland Lech Walesa on their way to the Solidarity Monument 




the Duke and Duchess met with Poland's former president and Solidarity freedom movement founder Lech Walesa, right, who was instrumental in bringing about the end of communism in Poland




toured the museum there, and met with founding members of Solidarity. Below, the royals with Lech Walesa, former President and Solidarity leader



lay flowers during their visit to the European Solidarity Centre in Gdansks shipyards




On departure they walked through the iconic shipyard gates, a key symbol of the protests during the 1980s, before laying flowers at the foot of the Solidarity Monument to Fallen Shipyard Workers, who died during the suppression of a workers' strike in 1970



bowed their heads in respect after laying the flowers




accompanied by Basil Kerski, Director of the European Solidarity Center, as they view documents at the museum 



visited the European Solidarity Center in Gdansk where they pinned messages to the 'solidarity wall' that is covered in personal messages from the public during their tour




took time looking at other messages on the 'solidarity wall' 








ドイツへ〜〜✈︎


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NEW ピアス《ポーランド大統領夫人からのギフト》?
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NEW ネックレス《ポーランド大統領夫人からのギフト》?
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80mm
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時計《Cartier》"Ballon Bleu" 33mm



her new hairdo dubbed 'The Kob' today - a thick, chopped version of her usual bouncy mane. She kept her makeup to a minimum, adding just a hint of pink eyeshadow and blusher for today's engagement



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4707494/Kate-William-visit-market-Poland.html



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