Dear Professor Freud 27 October 1913
It has come to my ears through Dr. Maeder that you doubt my bona fides.
I would have expected you to communicate with me directly on so weighty a matter.
Since this is the gravest reproach that can be levelled at anybody, you have made further collaboration impossible.
I therefore lay down the editorship of the Jahrbuch with which you entrusted me. I have also notified Bleuler and Deuticke of my decision.
Very truly yours,
Dr. C.G. Jung ~Freud/Jung Letters, Page 550.
Statement by the Editor:
I have found myself obliged to resign as editor of the [ahrbuch,
The reasons for my resignation are of a personal nature, on which account I
disdain to discuss them in public.
C. G. Jung ~Freud/Jung Letters, Page 551.
Statement by the Publisher
After the secession of Prof. Dr. Bleuler and Dr. Jung, Prof.
Dr. Freud will continue this [ahrbuch,
The next volume will appear in the middle of 1914 under the title:
Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse
Edited by Dr. K. Abraham (Berlin) and Dr. E. Hitschmann (Vienna)
Fr. Deuticke ~Freud/Jung Letters, Page 551.