02-08-1914 Eitingon to Freud

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B[erlin], the 2 August [1914]a

Dear Professor,

Waiting to join the Austrian army, I must send you my most cordial greetings in this grave hour. All wishes, your, your loved ones, all of us –

With my devotion always faithful and grateful

Your M. Eitingon

I drive my wife with my parents in Leipzig1.

Mirra Eitingonb

(a) Postcard, adressée à Carlsbad, returned to Vienna.

(b) Signature of the wife of Eitingon.

1. The family Eitingon in Leipzig, including his parents and Chaim Alexandra Eitingon, see Introduction, p. 10.

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