Sigmund Freud left a fascinating legacy of unraveling the mysteries of the human psyche. While his professional exploits are well-known, the dramatic story of this Jewish-Austrian’s escape from Nazi-occupied Vienna has often been overlooked.
In this episode, Andrew Nagorski, author of Saving Freud: The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom, discusses the exhilarating life that Freud led, the engaging stories of his diverse group of rescuers, and the deeply human reasons that led him to remain in Vienna despite months of Nazi harassment following the Anschluss, in 1938.
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