Letters of C. G. Jung: Volume I, 1906-1950 (Vol 1)
To Dr. Ed. Lauchenauer
Dear Dr. Lauchenauer, 16 January 1940
What the public still doesn’t know and can’t get into its head is that the collective man is subhuman, nothing but a beast-man, as was clearly demonstrated by the exquisite bestiality of the young German fighters during the Blitzkrieg in Poland.
Any organization in which the voice of the individual is no longer heard is in danger of degenerating into a subhuman monster.
With kind regards,
C.G. Jung [Letters, Volume 1, Page 282]