Jung-Neumann Letters

Gerhard Adler’s letter to Neumann is missing.

On 11 February 1944 Jung slipped and broke his ankle.

Twelve days later, probably due to the immobilization following the injury, he developed a pulmonary embolism and suffered a heart attack.

During three weeks of a semiconscious state Jung had a series of visions that he describes in Memories, Dreams, Reflections (Jung, 1961, pp. 293–301). After a year of convalescence Jung suffered a second heart attack in 4 November 1946. ~Jung-Neumann Letters, Page 199, fn 370