Erickson worked with Bateson and Mead during W.W.II. Bateson had set up the Center for Intercultural Studies which funneled anthropological information to the War Department. Erickson had dinner at the Mead/Bateson home with a German man, and he also hypnotized a Japanese man, and then provided an analysis. I do not know if the analysis exists. At one time this was all classified. Additional information can be found in the Letters of Milton Erickson edited by Zeig and Geary, www.zeigtucker.com.
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