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Otto Gross starved to death in Berlin in 1919.

Sigmund Freud was driven out of Vienna by the Nazis and died of cancer in London in 1939.

Sabina Spielrein returned to Russia and trained a number of the most distinguished analysts of the new Soviet Union before finally returning to practice medicine in her native town, Rostov-on-Don. In 1941, by now a widow, she and her two daughters were taken by Nazi occupying forces to a local synagogue and shot.

Carl Gustav Jung suffered a prolonged nervous breakdown during WWI from which he emerged to become, eventually, the world's leading psychologist. He outlived his wife, Emma and died peacefully in 1961.

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