One hundred years ago Charles IV, the last Hungarian king, tried to return to the throne of Hungary. But while the scientific research approaches the events from the perspective of political history, – it seems interesting to revive the events from the perspective of Charles IV’s eldest, eight-year-old son.
The Crown Prince, who followed the principle of “healthy soul in a healthy body”, found delight in various forms of physical activity, which is best supported by the photo from the Otto von Habsburg Foundation’s collection showing Otto and his two brothers, Rudolf and Charles Lewis on skis. The picture was taken 80 years ago, in 1941.
The Otto von Habsburg Foundation, together with the Fondation Prospective et Innovation, is organizing a webinar on 11 February 2021 entitled “Joe Biden’s First Diplomatic Actions – From Europe’s Point of View”.
The Institute for Strategic Studies of the University of Public Service and the Otto von Habsburg Foundation hosted an online conference on January 29, 2021 at 2 pm (CET) entitled Tocqueville, Lukacs, and the Situation of the American Democracy on the occasion of John Lukacs’s 97th birth anniversary.