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Stroeken, H. (2013). The fate of German-Jewish psychoanalyst refugees in the Netherlands: An overview. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 22(4):203-207.

(2013). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 22(4):203-207

The fate of German-Jewish psychoanalyst refugees in the Netherlands: An overview

Harry Stroeken

This article deals with the six German-Jewish psychoanalysts who fled from Nazi Germany to the Netherlands in the 1930s. Watermann and Landauer perished in the German concentration camps. Levy-Suhl survived the German occupation of the Netherlands but died soon after. Reik went on to the USA before World War II. Lampl and Keilson lived and worked in the Netherlands for the rest of their lives.

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