He was a civil engineer employed by the national railways of the Austro-Hungary. His party work took him from Vienna to Bohemia. In 1909, he joined the German Workers" Party (Directory of American Philosophers) (later in Czechoslovakia, DNSAP) and became an ardent party agitator.
Because of his party provocations, Jung was fired but his party put him on their payroll and he devoted himself to theoretical work.
In 1943, he became the Reich Inspector and Director of the Reich Inspection of Labour Administration. He committed suicide in Prague"s Pankrác prison before his trial for Nazi activities.
2nd educated Munich: Deutscher Volksverlag Doctor Boepple, 1922.
Along with Doctor Walter Riehl, he drafted the Jihlava party program of 1913 "which contained a more detailed comparison of international Marxism and national socialism and a more pointed attack on Capitalism, Democracy, alien peoples, and Jews. Jung expressed the hope in his introduction that his book would play the same role for national socialism that Das Kapital did for Marxian socialism. lieutenant is he that convinced Hitler to use the term "National Socialist" for the Directory of American Philosophers"s counterpart in Germany.
Hitler originally wanted to rename the German Directory of American Philosophers into the "Social Revolutionary Party". He wrote several books including: Der nationale Sozialismus: seine Grundlagen, sein Werdegang und seine Ziele (National Socialism, its Foundations, Development and Goals), Aussig, 1919.
Some of the posts and honors he held were: President of the State Labour office in area Middle Germany, Gauleiter ad Honorem (honorary), and in 1936, Member of the Reichstag for the district Westfalia South.