The letters between Anna Freud and Ernest Jones and the other documents deposited in the Archives of the British Psycho-Analytical Society are particularly useful in that they allow us to focus quite closely on the policies. These policies were adopted by Jones to solve the dilemma of how best to deal with the refugees who wanted to settle in Great Britain in the case of the Viennese. In J. Rickman's conversations with Vienna, he made various comments that Anna understood as meaning that the Viennese would encounter many serious problems should they decide to come to London. There is no doubt that the impact on the British Psycho-Analytical Society of the Viennese was felt as potentially rather shocking by Jones and his friends. This chapter explores how Jones operated vis-à-vis Anna and the Viennese and some of the Hungarians, bearing in mind his views on psychoanalysis.