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Mrs. PhDr. Věra Landová, CSc., was born in 1944 in London. Her parents, Olga and Eduard Weil, fled to England from Czechoslovakia before World War II for racial reasons. Her father joined the Czechoslovak exterritorial army as a tank driver and fought in France and Belgium, her mother worked in a London hospital as a nurse. After the war, in the summer of 1945, the family returned to Prague. Soon they changed their name from the original German “Weil” to Czech “Válek”. Both parents worked as lawyers, her father as a military judge. In 1952, her father was falsely accused of espionage that he was supposed to have performed during the war in England. He was subsequently demoted and dismissed from his job at the Ministry of the Interior. He never reconciled himself to it and in 1962, he committed suicide. Her mother worked as a judge but in 1957, she was removed from office, although she later returned to the legal profession. Věra graduated in psychology and devoted her entire profe ...
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