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Sachs, H. (1913). 3. Ein Traum Bismarcks. Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, 1(1):80-83.

(1913). Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, 1(1):80-83

3. Ein Traum Bismarcks

Hanns Sachs

In seinen „Gedanken und Erinnerungen“ teilt Bismarck (Bd. II der Volksausgabe, S. 222) einen Brief mit, den er am 18. Dezember 1881 an Kaiser Wilhelm schrieb. Dieser Brief enthält folgende Stelle: „Eurer Majestät Mitteilung ermutigt mich zur Erzählung eines Traumes, den ich Frilhjar 1863 in den schwersten Konflikts tagen hatte, aus denen ein menschliches Auge keinen gangbaren Ausweg sah.

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