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Radó, S. (1929). German Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 10:532-536.

(1929). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 10:532-536

German Psycho-Analytical Society

Sándor Radó

Third and Fourth Quarters, 1928

September 11, 1928. Short communications:

1. Dr. Sachs:

a. The totem-feast in the writings of Sallust.

b. The representation of the Ucs in films.

2. Dr. Hárnik: Anxiety and awkwardness in an only child.

3. Frau Dr. Lantos: Two examples of ascertaining the truth through psycho-analysis.

September 30, 1928. Inaugural ceremony in the new premises of the Berlin Psycho-Analytical Institute.

The President, Dr. Simmel, welcomed the guests and members present and read the telegrams and letters of congratulation, and then gave a retrospect of the history of the Institute, which was founded by Dr. Max Eitingon in 1920. From that time on, Dr. Eitingon, as Director, had been at the head of the Institute, and had taken the greatest personal interest in its steady growth. The Society felt most deeply indebted to him for his devoted work and the indefatigable way in which he had given his services. The arrangement and artistic decoration of the Institute's new premises had been carried out to the designs and under the direction of the architect, Ernst Freud (Dipl. Ing.), who had most generously handed over his fee to the Library of the Institute.

Dr. Eitingon thanked Dr. Simmel for the tribute paid to him, and went on to give some facts about the development of the Institute. Its work, both as a Polyclinic and as a Training Centre had grown rapidly. At the present time, 104 analyses were being conducted at the Polyclinic, 25 students were undergoing the regulation training for the practice of therapeutic analysis, while the total attendance at the lectures given in the Institute during the last year amounted to nearly 400.

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