How Freud Almost Fell Victim to Repression and Denial

The master had to contend with multiple identities as a scientist, therapist, essayist, Jew and cosmopolitan. They almost kept him from fleeing the Nazis.

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On March 13, 1938, the executive committee of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society met for the last time; it called on members of the group to flee Austria, which German troops had entered the day before.