14-08-1914 Abraham to Freud

* Berlin, W Rankestrasse 24


Dear Professor,

I presume that you are now back in Vienna. I am unfortunately not heard from you long enough; what can be happened to you all in the interval? Your son did they have from the reserve of the territorial army? What became Rank, Sachs, Ferenczi? The epistolary activity fell in sleep. I'm still in limbo; I am a reservist and volunteer physician. In the latter capacity, I probably employ-ment incessam. But I do not know anything more for the moment.

Here the first major successes have greatly boosted the morale. Day before yesterday, almost no news has reached us from the main theaters of the war. It is assumed that great things are just going to do. This is why our impatience is at its peak.

This week, to my own surprise, customers is further increased a little. Yet, currently, it is the holiday, and according to our projects, we should now be set in Tyrol! But these days, must already say goodbye to holiday, if you want to get a little more covered financial. J'ai 3 or 4 sessions per day. To a scientific, I still lack of peace. We saw a newspaper to another; only are we pleased to learn that a new aspire to have the following.

To hear from you soon (card or letter opened), and most cordial greetings from family to family,

Abraham your.

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