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Ľubomír Vacek (1932) - Biography

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Money can do anything, but acquaintances even more so

Ľubomír Vacek was born in 1932 in Hlohovec into a family of successful Czech businessman. During the war, his father Rudolf arranged false permissions for Jews, Czechs, and he was hiding French partisans. By bribery and acquaintances he helped people who would otherwise die or were moved out. After the takeover in 1948, the communist regime confiscated his prosperous business including the goods totaling 27 million Czechoslovak crowns.  He had to pay the authorities rent for living in his own house. Ľubomír Vacek was a member of the Auxiliary Technical Battalions (PTP) and during the military service he took part in building air lanes and military quarters.

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