The Case of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung

  title={The Case of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung},
  author={J. Moriarty and D. Staunton and Ian Mc Cabe},
  journal={Jung Journal},
  pages={51 - 80}
ABSTRACT In 1933, C. G. Jung became president of the “Nazified” General Medical Society of Psychotherapy and editor of its publication, the Zentralblatt für Psychotherapie. As a result of his work with the Germans during this turbulent period, Maurice Léon, who worked for a prestigious New York City Wall Street law firm, accused Jung of being a Nazi auxiliary who should be placed on trial in Nuremberg. Newly released and declassified government documents from the Central Intelligence Agency… Expand