Ordinary Annual General Assembly

On Sunday, 17th of March 2019, 2 p.m., our ordinary annual general assembly will happen at Oxford Club, Adenauerallee 7, 53111 Bonn. For members only. Please be so kind to take the agenda from the special invitation.


at 3pm at the same place we celebrate our mandatory

St. Patrick’s Day-Event


Musical entertainment happens by Sabrina Palm and her youthband „Reel Talents“.

In the tried and testes way at this St. Patrick’s Day Event we want to arrange a cold buffet. That this can happen, please be so kind to deliver a sufficient culinary share for yourself and your possible companion(s).

Cake, beverage, dishes and cutlery is existing.

Please be so kind telling us if will you come to the St. Patrick’s Day-Event. If „Yes“, if you will come on your own or with companion(s), because your family, your friends and acquaintances are welcome, too. 

You can give use this information by E-Mail under or by mail under P.O.-Box 1412, 53004 Bonn.

And certainly it would be helpful, if you take good mood with you. On this way it should be able, to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day in a due way.


Pre-information to the

Photoexhibition – The children of the „Operation Shamrock“

(with kind support by the Embassy of Ireland)

Time: Wednesday, 12th of June 2019, 6:00 p.m. – Tuesday. 25th of June 2019, 3:00 p.m.

Location: Foyer of the Townhall of Bonn (beside the Information-desk)

We are glad to announce the exhibition, „The children of the Operation Shamrock“ – a project of the journalist Monica Brandis assisted by the photographer Sidartha Corral and the graphic designer Frank Lietz. 

The exhibition shows 14 of the more than 400 children, that found refugee  in Ireland due to the „Operation Shamrock“ directly after WW II . A very closeness has arisen between the german children, most of them nowadays are more than 80 years old, and their irish guestfamilies and more than 50 children remained in Ireland.

The exhibition shows insights to this testimony of humanity and the german-irish friendship and points to a less known facet oft the german-irish relationship. 

We are glad that we are able to bring this exhibition to Bonn in 2019, with kind support by the Embassy of Ireland. Due to the current status this exhibition will be shown in Düsseldorf, too. There it will be supported by the Deutsch-Irische Gesellschaft Düsseldorf e.V.

Monica Brandis will open the exhibition and 2 of the then-children will paint their own exposition of the experiences as time-witnesses and are available for questions hereto.