Prague, the 10 August 1914 Place Wenzel, Hotel Adriaa
I found a few days in Prague, temporarily assigned to the local garrison hospital, modestly to participate in things that will still happen. If these lines reach you soon, let me know please if you have and still all yours around you – including the youngest came to London1. I left my wife with my parents in Leipzig. –
Abraham, you certainly new, will probably stay in Berlin. –
To you and yours I send my best wishes and I greet you cordially and faithfully
Your M. Eitingon
a. Postcard sent to Vienna.
1. Anna Freud was in England at the outbreak of war (Jones II, p. 205).