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Ita Wegman’s story continues as she leads the medical section of the anthroposophic movement after Rudolf Steiner’s death and the turbulent aftermath of WWI in Europe that led to the rise of the Nazis in 1933. This second volume includes Dr. Wegman’s own studies, reminiscences and remembrances by those who knew her, and publications dealing with the conflicts in the Anthroposophical Society up to 1935. In the face of great opposition from
economic, social and political upheavals during the time, Ita Wegman took up the task of holding together and coordinating the activity of anthroposophic medicine and curative education.
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