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Reich, Wilhelm, 1897-1957

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Personal name headingReich, Wilhelm, 1897-1957
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Variant(s)Parell, Ernst, 1897-1957
Raĭkh, Vilʹgelʹm, 1897-1957
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeRangeley (Me.) Forest Hills (New York, N.Y.)
LocatedLewisburg (Pa.)
Birth date1897-03-24
Death date1957-11-03
Place of birthAustria
Place of deathLewisburg (Pa.)
Field of activityPsychoanalysis Orgonomy
AffiliationUniversität Wien. Medizinische Fakultät
Orgone Institute Research Laboratories (New York, N.Y.)
Orgone Institute (Rangeley, Me.)
Federal Penitentiary at Lewisburg (Lewisburg, Pa.)
Profession or occupationPsychoanalysts
Found inHis Charakteranalyse ... 1933.
Analiz kharaktera, 2000: t.p. (Vilʹgelʹm Raĭkh) added t.p. (Wilhelm Reich [in rom.])
Reich, Wilhelm. The murder of Christ, [1953]: page 228 (born in Austria March 24, 1897; service in the First World War before entering the Medical School of the University of Vienna; worked with Freud in the early psychoanalytic and mental health movements ... studies led to the discovery of life energy which he called Orgone; fled Nazi's in 1933 to Scandanavia until 1939; moved to the United States first to Forest Hills, New York before relocating to Rangeley, Maine. In 1954, FDA filed a complaint of injunction, but Reich refused to go to court to defend himself; in May 1956 sentenced to 2 years' imprisonment; died November 3, 1957 in the Federal Penitentiary at Lewisburg, Pennsylvania)
Associated languageeng