Belgian Neutrality & the British Decision for War in 1914

  This lecture was given in Brussels on April 28th 2014 at the Europe Brussels Liaison Office www.blbe.be as part of the Beyond the 1914-1918 Centenary series of lectures in Brussels to mark the Centenary of the First World...
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Revolution, Spirituality, Reinkarmation

  “Revolution, Spirituality, Reinkarmation” – from a talk by Terry Boardman, Sydney, Australia 3 April 2012...
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America & China – The Looming Vice, the Coming Conflict

  Talk  by Terry Boardman, (Dublin 27.6.2011) on what lies behind the worsening tensions between America and...
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The Karma of Untruthfulness – short documentary by Sam Lea & Eliot Baring

        Short Documentary on Rudolf Steiner’s The Karma of Untruthfulness by Sam Lea & Eliot Baring featuring interviews with Terry Boardman and Rod...
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Video: Kaspar Hauser – Child of Europe

Terry Boardman explores one of the great 'what if' questions in European history. In 1828, a teenage boy was found wandering around the streets of Nuremberg, Germany. He was unable to communicate at first but later was able to reveal that he had been held in a dark cell for most of his life. Five years later, he was murdered at the age of 21. This boy, who was found to have remarkable personal qualities, was actually the rightful prince of Baden. His abduction and later murder would play a decisive role in obstructing positive developments in Germany and Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries.
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