SELECTED BIOGRAPHIES - J
JABOTINSKY, VLADIMIR (ZEEV): Founder of Brith Trumpeldor (BETAR), an activist Zionist youth movement associated with HA-ZOHAR.
JODL, ALFRED Colonel-General and Chief of staff of the German armed forces supreme command (OKW) from August 23, 1939 until dismissed by Hitler on May 23, 1945. Found guilty of war crimes at Nuremberg and executed on October 16, 1946.
JUNG, KARL GUSTAV (1875-1961) World famous psychoanalyst who created a psychological typology theory and used mythological and cultural-historical material. Jung's role during the Third Reich is still a matter of controversy.
JUNGER, ERNST (b.1895) German novelist, born in Heidelberg. His realistic novels were influenced by his experiences in World Wars I and II. Junger was a friend of Hielscher who visited him in Paris in Oct. 1943. Junger said that "while the 19th century was the century of reason, the 20th was the century of cults." Junger used the code-name "Kniebolo" for Hitler and said that Hitler "lived on" cults which accounted for the "total incapacity of liberal-minded people to see even where he stands." Junger lived to well over a hundred years old and in the 1950's experimented with LSD. Lived his final years in the small village of Wilflingen, near Lake Constance in southern Germany. Junger's novels include Storm of Steel, The Working Man and On the Marble Cliffs. (Pauwels)