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Article from The Daily Herald, 1938

1938-06-06

Freud Museum London

Freud Museum London

Sigmund Freud arrived in London on 6 June 1938, making front page news. The "ransom" that the article cites is the heavy Refugee Tax imposed on the property on all those fleeing the Nazis. Princess Marie Bonaparte, a close friend of Freud and his family, paid this ransom so they could escape Vienna and find safety in London.

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  • Title: Article from The Daily Herald, 1938
  • Date Created: 1938-06-06
  • Rights: Copyright: Freud Museum London
  • External Link: Freud Museum London
  • Medium: Newspaper cutting

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