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R., J. (1950). Wulf Sachs, 1893–1949. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 31:288-289.

(1950). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 31:288-289

Wulf Sachs, 1893–1949

J. R.

The history of psycho-analysis in South Africa up to the present time has turned on Wulf Sachs, the pioneer, the only training and supervising analyst, the chief lecturer, and the founder of that Study Group, which will be the nucleus of the future Society in that country.

Wulf Sachs was born in Russia and, like so many who reached their twenties at the time of the War and Revolution, had a wandering life. The weary task of having to take his medical degrees in three countries, a duty shared by so many in the last decades, was lightened by the quickness of his wits and made tolerable by his zeal to participate as fully as possible in the professional life of the countries in which he settled.


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