Kontakt

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Entering their puberty, it is their first time to face expectations, responsibility, or the other gender. Friendships, and a strong community is being formed as they get a few bruises, or have a hard time doing push-ups as a punishment. They\u2019re determined, sometimes lazy, or in love. And for many of them, these adventures provide the only solid ground in life, a framework to understand the world and their position in it.\r<\/p><p>While reporting from military-themed summer camps for kids, the series observes our attitude towards strict discipline, weapons, and war, and raises questions about their place in our society.\r<\/p><p>Long text:\r<\/p><p>Kontakt\r<\/p><p>Contact: to touch; the state of physical touching. To connect. In military terminology: meeting the enemy; armed conflict with an opposing force.\r<\/p><p>After hours of driving, I\u2019d finally arrived at the small village. It was late in the afternoon. A girl, wearing a camouflage outfit was waiting for me. Leaving the main road, we continued towards the depths of the surrounding forest. Commands echoed among the trees as we reached a small clearing. There, between military tents, uniformed children around primary school age were lining up silently. One of them struggled with push-ups, with an officer counting above him. I was led to the canteen tent, where another team was preparing the tables for dinner.\r<\/p><p>There\u2019s an NGO in Hungary that organizes military-themed free-time activities for children between ages 10 and 18. While \u2019home defense education\u2019 is becoming an important part of government communication, youth military education, as a phenomenon, is nearly unknown in Hungary. In some other countries of the world, it has a fairly long tradition. The Latin term \u2018iuvenes\u2019 or \u2018iuventus\u2019 \u2013 youth \u2013 was used for 14 year- old-Roman boys who had become old enough to start their first military training. The leaders of Honv\u00e9dsuli [Home Defense School] \u2013 a family-support expert and a former French Legion soldier \u2013 believe they provide nature-oriented, patriotic, group experience-based education for the youth.\r<\/p><p>Waking up at dawn, running and doing exercises in the morning cold, followed by the orderly serving of a simple breakfast, which is then cleaned away by a service team. The officers \u2013 kids themselves \u2013 control the community of 40-50 with confidence: they teach them to line up, or to march on order, and that there\u2019s a punishment for littering, bad language, or for losing a part of their equipment. They learn to use replicas of real-life guns, but most of the time they spend acquiring knowledge about survival in wild nature. The week-long camps culminate in a large-scale war-game where teams fight against each other in the surrounding wilderness. I\u2019d observed this process many times, adopting their daily routine. Every time on the way home, I had the same question in my mind: is it only curiosity that drives me back again and again to this far-away world?\r<\/p><p>For some, the ban on phone usage or camping itself means heavy physical and mental pressure. The so-called \u2018motivational training\u2019, aimed at pushing one\u2019s boundaries may look quite frightening: children creeping in mud or sweating under the sun while being shouted at. Some quit underway, and others decide not to take part at all. Still, around the evening campfire, they\u2019re all proud of telling stories about completing what they could do. And in the meantime, they slowly arrive at the peak of their adolescence, facing responsibilities, freedom, and limits, pain, friendship, and love, perhaps for the first time.\r<\/p><p>The majority of these kids don\u2019t wear uniforms or deal with home defense outside the camps. Some arrive from military families, but most of them will not take that path later on. Those who were attracted by the love of computer games will change their minds about this matter, exactly because of the hardships they experience in the camps. Others are being sent by desperate parents who feel they have failed at bringing up their children. These kids regularly tell they receive more attention during this one week period than in a year at home. And there are those who arrive from deep cultural and material poverty. For them, this isn\u2019t only an adventurous game, or a community of close friends, but the strongest force shaping their identity. Something, they can be proud of.\r<\/p><p>The community organizes programmes throughout the year, themed around keeping historic traditions. They regularly take care of neglected war tombs or march for days, singing and wearing First or Second World War Uniforms, to commemorate fallen soldiers in every village they pass. They\u2019re always greeted with hospitality and a warm dinner, lodged for the nights in local school buildings. For many of them, these adventures provide the only solid ground in life, a framework to understand the world and their position in it.\r<\/p><p>I genuinely fear war, and I have never idealized violence either. The presence of weapons and death as a thought made me uncomfortable in a kids\u2019 camp. But it was an equally surprising and liberating experience to hear about the importance and uniqueness of life in the very same context from them. What I would have labeled at first with terms like \u2019conservative\u2019 or \u2019nationalistic\u2019, later seemed hard to place in the coordinate system of today\u2019s popular ideologies. Honv\u00e9dsuli\u2019s leaders state that their militaristic approach and the challenges they impose are able to demonstrate the importance of effort, the role of community, and the value of simple things such as nature, warm food, or a comfortable bed, in a society becoming ever so slothful. There are always many weeping faces at the camp closing ceremony, as most of them can\u2019t wait to return next year. While I, at the same time, think about what I felt seeing kids with weapons at first, and now, one and a half years later.\r<\/p><p>Images of violence surround us in the shape of photography, films, toys, and video games. I have come to realize that perhaps for this very reason my standpoint on weapons, war, or home defense is vague. Like the 13-year-old, who\u2019s falling back on the ground over and over again but still is trying hard to climb that muddy rope \u2013 the same way I\u2019m trying to refine my approach.<\/p>","body_raw":"Short text:\r\n\r\nKontakt\r\n\r\nSomewhere in Eastern-Europe, children gather every summer to wear military uniforms, camp in tents under harsh conditions, and practice the usage of guns. For an outsider, the idea itself seems scary. For them, it's the time of their life.\r\n\r\nThe Hungarian NGO named \u201cHonv\u00e9dsuli\u201d (Home Defense School) is commited to teach discipline, patriotism, and camaraderie to children between 10 and 18, in a society that they believe is becoming slothful and disconnected. The kids camp under the sky, guard a fire, hike, sing together. They teach the usage of air-soft weapons (replicas of real-life guns) to eachother, and spend weeks according to strict military discipline. Entering their puberty, it is their first time to face expectations, responsibility, or the other gender. Friendships, and a strong community is being formed as they get a few bruises, or have a hard time doing push-ups as a punishment. They\u2019re determined, sometimes lazy, or in love. And for many of them, these adventures provide the only solid ground in life, a framework to understand the world and their position in it.\r\n\r\nWhile reporting from military-themed summer camps for kids, the series observes our attitude towards strict discipline, weapons, and war, and raises questions about their place in our society.\r\n\r\nLong text:\r\n\r\nKontakt\r\n\r\nContact: to touch; the state of physical touching. To connect. In military terminology: meeting the enemy; armed conflict with an opposing force.\r\n\r\nAfter hours of driving, I\u2019d finally arrived at the small village. It was late in the afternoon. A girl, wearing a camouflage outfit was waiting for me. Leaving the main road, we continued towards the depths of the surrounding forest. Commands echoed among the trees as we reached a small clearing. There, between military tents, uniformed children around primary school age were lining up silently. One of them struggled with push-ups, with an officer counting above him. I was led to the canteen tent, where another team was preparing the tables for dinner.\r\n\r\nThere\u2019s an NGO in Hungary that organizes military-themed free-time activities for children between ages 10 and 18. While \u2019home defense education\u2019 is becoming an important part of government communication, youth military education, as a phenomenon, is nearly unknown in Hungary. In some other countries of the world, it has a fairly long tradition. The Latin term \u2018iuvenes\u2019 or \u2018iuventus\u2019 \u2013 youth \u2013 was used for 14 year- old-Roman boys who had become old enough to start their first military training. The leaders of Honv\u00e9dsuli [Home Defense School] \u2013 a family-support expert and a former French Legion soldier \u2013 believe they provide nature-oriented, patriotic, group experience-based education for the youth.\r\n\r\nWaking up at dawn, running and doing exercises in the morning cold, followed by the orderly serving of a simple breakfast, which is then cleaned away by a service team. The officers \u2013 kids themselves \u2013 control the community of 40-50 with confidence: they teach them to line up, or to march on order, and that there\u2019s a punishment for littering, bad language, or for losing a part of their equipment. They learn to use replicas of real-life guns, but most of the time they spend acquiring knowledge about survival in wild nature. The week-long camps culminate in a large-scale war-game where teams fight against each other in the surrounding wilderness. I\u2019d observed this process many times, adopting their daily routine. Every time on the way home, I had the same question in my mind: is it only curiosity that drives me back again and again to this far-away world?\r\n\r\nFor some, the ban on phone usage or camping itself means heavy physical and mental pressure. The so-called \u2018motivational training\u2019, aimed at pushing one\u2019s boundaries may look quite frightening: children creeping in mud or sweating under the sun while being shouted at. Some quit underway, and others decide not to take part at all. Still, around the evening campfire, they\u2019re all proud of telling stories about completing what they could do. And in the meantime, they slowly arrive at the peak of their adolescence, facing responsibilities, freedom, and limits, pain, friendship, and love, perhaps for the first time.\r\n\r\nThe majority of these kids don\u2019t wear uniforms or deal with home defense outside the camps. Some arrive from military families, but most of them will not take that path later on. Those who were attracted by the love of computer games will change their minds about this matter, exactly because of the hardships they experience in the camps. Others are being sent by desperate parents who feel they have failed at bringing up their children. These kids regularly tell they receive more attention during this one week period than in a year at home. And there are those who arrive from deep cultural and material poverty. For them, this isn\u2019t only an adventurous game, or a community of close friends, but the strongest force shaping their identity. Something, they can be proud of.\r\n\r\nThe community organizes programmes throughout the year, themed around keeping historic traditions. They regularly take care of neglected war tombs or march for days, singing and wearing First or Second World War Uniforms, to commemorate fallen soldiers in every village they pass. They\u2019re always greeted with hospitality and a warm dinner, lodged for the nights in local school buildings. For many of them, these adventures provide the only solid ground in life, a framework to understand the world and their position in it.\r\n\r\nI genuinely fear war, and I have never idealized violence either. The presence of weapons and death as a thought made me uncomfortable in a kids\u2019 camp. But it was an equally surprising and liberating experience to hear about the importance and uniqueness of life in the very same context from them. What I would have labeled at first with terms like \u2019conservative\u2019 or \u2019nationalistic\u2019, later seemed hard to place in the coordinate system of today\u2019s popular ideologies. Honv\u00e9dsuli\u2019s leaders state that their militaristic approach and the challenges they impose are able to demonstrate the importance of effort, the role of community, and the value of simple things such as nature, warm food, or a comfortable bed, in a society becoming ever so slothful. There are always many weeping faces at the camp closing ceremony, as most of them can\u2019t wait to return next year. While I, at the same time, think about what I felt seeing kids with weapons at first, and now, one and a half years later.\r\n\r\nImages of violence surround us in the shape of photography, films, toys, and video games. I have come to realize that perhaps for this very reason my standpoint on weapons, war, or home defense is vague. 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