Full title—”With Discussion by Sir Albert Howard and G.T. Wrench”. Speeches and Q&A at the Royal Empire Society, Craven Street, W.C.2,on Monday, 30th January, 1939.
This lecture addresses the general state of (ill) health of the British and others eating industrial foods. It may be considered a follow up on the Cheshire Medical Testament, a similar report delivered several decades earlier.
Dr. Hadwen was a passionate opponent of Jennerian smallpox vaccination. These are a collection of his magazine pieces and a rousing speech, so vivid the reader feel present at an anti-vaccination rally.
Trall’s gave this lecture during the American War Between The States. It is one of the first cogent, consistent statements of the hygienic viewpoint.
Often mentioned Biodynamic lecture given about 1950 by Lievegoed that discusses the planetary forces and their effects on plant growth and compost preparations.
A talk about the Haughley Experiment, given by Lady Balfour at an IFOAM conference in Switzerland.