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Chesser, Eustace [formerly Isaac Chesarkie] (1902–1973), psychiatrist and social reformer, was born on 22 March 1902 at 3 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, second son of Arthur Chesarkie, a jeweller, and his wife, Rebecca Solomon, whose families had fled Russian pogroms. He was educated at ...

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Main, Thomas Forrest (1911–1990), psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, was born on 25 February 1911 in Johannesburg, Transvaal, to James Robert Main (1872–1946), shipwright and later mine manager, and Jessie Miller Dundas (1876–1965). Main was one of three children; a fourth died in adolescence. His father joined the ...

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McDougall [née Long], Kate Florence [Kay] (1910–1999), psychiatric social worker, was born on 6 November 1910 at 55 Pantel Road, Camberwell, London, the eldest of the three children of Richard Sylvester Long, brass finisher, and his wife, Kate Adelaide, née Griffin. Both her parents were Londoners, living for many years in ...

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Pond, Sir Desmond Arthur (1919–1986), psychiatrist and physician, was born on 2 September 1919 in Catford, London, the only child of Thomas Arthur Pond, electrical engineer and company director, and his wife, Ada Celia Clutten. He was educated at John Lyon School in ...

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Slater, Eliot Trevor Oakeshott (1904–1983), psychiatrist, second son of Gilbert Slater (1864–1938), economic historian and principal of Ruskin College, Oxford, and Violet Oakeshott, was born on 28 August 1904 at 84 Eglinton Road, Plumstead, London. His mother being a Quaker he went to ...

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Stengel, Erwin (1902–1973), psychiatrist, born in Vienna on 25 March 1902, was the son of a rabbinical scholar and schoolteacher, Abraham Markus Stengel, and of Franziska Popper; he had a twin brother and older twin siblings. From 1921 Stengel studied medicine, specializing in neuropsychiatry, at the ...