as found on the internet:
The Rockefeller Foundation funded Allan Memorial Institute at McGill University where some of the MK Ultra experiments took place. Nelson Rockefeller later headed the Rockefeller Commission to investigate the CIA's MK Ultra programs, lol. Cannot make this shit up.
"During the war, Cameron was part of an international committee of psychiatrists and social scientists who studied the origins and nature of Nazi culture. He published numerous articles on mass psychology during wartime. Cameron began the Allan Memorial Institute in 1943 with the help of a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. He gave numerous speeches on "the problem of Germany" and believed that the psychology and forces that gave to rise to Nazism may have been longstanding in German culture."
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY
The Department of Psychiatry of McGill University, Montreal, established in 1943 with the aid of another Foundation grant, has become a unit of key importance in the training of personnel to meet the rapidly expanding needs of Canada both in the clinical care of patients and in the development of research and investigation.
The department has enjoyed notable growth and success under the leadership of Professor Ewen Cameron. In 11 years the professional staff has increased eightfold. A new psychiatric hospital, the Allan Memorial Institute, has been developed which provides facilities for 250 resident and "day" patients, in addition to a large outpatient service. Clinical teaching units have been set up in four nearby hospitals, and five research units dealing with various aspects of mental illness are in active operation.
Special attention has been given to the development of "day wards*' for treating patients who are well enough to return home at night. This arrangement makes it possible to offer special work in occupational therapy and rehabilitation, social adjustment, and even such procedures as insulin and electric shock treatments to large numbers of patients who do not require continuous confinement. The plan has attracted general interest and is now being adopted elsewhere. More than usual attention is given also to maintaining contact with patients after they return to normal life, and the clinic has taken the lead in developing social clubs and other activities for this recovered group.
The Foundation has now made a final grant to McGill University of C$45,000 (about $47,250) to provide tapering support through the period ending February 28, 1959." - Page 112-113, Rockefeller Foundation Annual Report for 1954