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The Life and Work of Vlasta Fialová, actress of Brno
Břeň, Martin ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Beneš, Zdeněk (referee)
The Life and Work of Vlasta Fialová, actress of Brno This master's thesis is to bring closer the life and work of one of the most prominent Czech artists of the 20th century. The actress, who wrote herself into the history of film, television productions and radio, but especially the theater that was everything for her. The work is trying to capture her life and career, she has been able to build for a long, active fifty-year period, only in three Moravian cities: Opava, Olomouc and Brno. The work maintains a line beginning in the period before her birth, focuses on the cultural and historical events of the Brno metropolis, the beginning of her life, the years of childhood and adolescence, which she experienced as a student of a grammar school and a musical drama department of the Brno Conservatory during the Nazi occupation of her hometown. And then emphasis is placed on her individual theatrical engagements, as well as on the films and TV productions in which she performed, and the programs recorded for the radio. It also presents a certain reflection and characteristic of the characters and the acting art of this unique actress, whether it is a stage character or a silver screen. From those she created as a fresh and very talented graduate of the Conservatoire, through very handsome women with...
Prague Cabarets after 1900
Starcová, Helena ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
The master's thesis entitled Prague cabarets after 1900 explores the so called golden age of cabarets in Prague between 1916-1923. The core of the thesis consists of a historiographic overview of cabarets and small form theaters in comparison with the contemporary theater scene. Keywords Cabaret, golden age of cabaret, 20. century, contemporary theatre, Červená sedma.
Interrupted History and Tradition - The Effect of Totalitarianism on the Structure of Scouting and the Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia
Kubešová, Barbora ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Šmíd, Marek (referee)
Bachelor Thesis Interrupted History and Tradition - The Effect of Totalitarianism on the Scouting and the Roman Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia attempts to summarize the issue of the interruption of two important organizations under the totalitarian regime in Czechoslovakia. Two methods of research are used in this work. Printed and oral sources - collection and summary of printed literature information and interviewing survivors. Thanks to the large amount of literature, the history of both organizations, including the events of totalitarianism, the list of traditions and organizational elements is outlined. On the basis of this, there is a comparison of traditions and subsequent consensus on the internal structure of scouting and the Catholic Church. In the second part of the thesis there is a list of interviews with witnesses who were or are members of Junák or the Catholic Church and experienced the year 1970 or 1989. The conclusion is the connection of information from printed and oral sources, their analysis and mapping of the totalitarian regime's intervention into scouting and the Catholic Church. Keywords Scouting, Roman Catholic Church, totalitarian régime, interviews, history witness
The everyday life of the Reneissance aristocrat from the view of Václav Budovec of Budov
Jochová, Kateřina ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Buben, Milan (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to describe the everyday life of an aristocrat in the early modern period, focusing on the fate of Václav Budovec of Budov as an example. It intends to explore his life and reveal any yet unknown facts about him. Firstly, the basic biografic infomation will be shortly outlined. Deeper attention to each one of the aspects of aristocrat life is going to be brought in the main part of the thesis with protruding concentration on his education, grand tours, wedding and marriage, career, property and credit business, conception of leisure and lastly perception of death.
Cultural and Historical Development of Vršovice in the Years 1922-1977
Kolek, Michael ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
The bachelor thesis will follow the cultural and historical development of Vršovice in the years 1922-1977, when Vršovice becomes a part of Great Prague. I analyze the key buildings that were built in this era. In the second part I will deal with the economic crisis and its consequences for Vršovice, which had a fatal impact on culture and led to the Second World War. I will also mention the memories of witness Bohumil Kobliha, a witness to the May Uprising 1945 in Vršovice. In the second part of the thesis I will deal with the building development in the 1950s and 1960s until 1977, when the construction of G 57 prefabricated houses ended. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to analyze the cultural and historical development of Vršovice in five decades. Keywords architecture, buildings, culture, town, turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, Velká Praha, Vršovice
History of the Rábí Castle
Schejbalová, Dominika ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Jarošová, Markéta (referee)
The bachelor thesis is concentrating on the history of the castle Rabí. I pay attention to the history of the castle itself in the first part of my thesis and I attempt to map its foundation, the origin of its name and, without omission, its owners who were withholding it. I attempt to introduce the way the castle was grasped in particular literary sources. The second part presents the evolution of the building process of the castle, in which I also mention a church of significant importance - The Holy Trinity Church. And of course the current functioning of the place. I concentrate on individual viewings. The goal of the thesis is to tight up the information about the castle since it has been founded till this day.
Great Britain and Appeasement. Contribution to the History of Foreign Policy of the Island State in the 1930s
Hansenová, Michelle ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Šmíd, Marek (referee)
Ve své práci "Velká Británie a appeasement: Příspěvek k dějinám zahraniční politiky ostrovního státu ve 30. letech 20. století" jsem se zaměřuji na britskou politiku appeasementu, která se nejvíce projevila v zahraniční politice. Zabývám se událostmi, ke kterým došlo ve dvacátých letech a které mají často kvůli rozhodování v duchu appeasementu nepříznivé důsledky v letech třicátých. Posuzuji vliv poválečných konferencí a spojeneckých dohod. Strach z šíření bolševismu, světové hospodářské krize a revizionistické názory pomohly mimo jiné i Hitlerovi k moci v Německu. Tyto události ovlivňovala rozhodnutí britských státníků, kteří věřili v pacifistickou společnost a v politiku ustupování diktátorům ve 30. letech, jejichž sláva potom stála na troskách staré Evropy. Klíčová slova Appeasement, Velká Británie, zahraniční politika 30. let, Chamberlaine, Meziválečné období
Life and work of Heinrich Schliemann in Russia
Murzina, Daria ; Šmied, Miroslav (advisor) ; Čechura, Jaroslav (referee)
The work will be considered a biography of Heinrich Schliemann from the moment of his first arrival in St.Petersburg on 11 February 1846 and to complete rupture of all relations (family, commercial, social) with the Russian Empire 30 June 1869. The 23-year study period of time includes long periods of absence of Heinrich Schliemann in Russia and his stay in other countries for commercial or travel. But the main thing remains the fact that almost 20 years Heinrich Schliemann were the citizen of the Russian Empire, and that this part of his biography remains almost unknown and little-known in the scientific community of Europe and even Russia. In the course of work will be drawn up the portrait of Heinrich Schliemann before he will radically change the scope of his interests and devote himself to archaeological investigations and the search of Homeric Troy.
The influence of family and social relationship for the goverment and the yard of Rudolf II.
Horská, Dominika ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Sládek, Miloš (referee)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the characterization of distinguished person of the Czech history of the emperor Rudolf II. Emphasisis placed on the individual factors, that influenced the government of Rudolf II. and his court. I focus on Rudolf's collection of art, his interest in alchemy and astronomy. I also deal with significant fraternal problems, relations with women and how was Rudolf II. influenced by his mental illness. I focus the various aspects that most influenced the personality of Rudolf II. The aim of the thesis is to point out the family and social relations of Rudolf II., which were most signed by his government. This thesis also characterize the contradictory personality of Rudolf II. and why in our nation is Rudolf II. popular and distinctive personality from the Habsburg family.
The history and development of football on Letna Plain
Lejnar, František ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Šmíd, Marek (referee)
In this work I will try to focus on the creation and development of football culture on Prague's Letná plain. The aim will be to capture the origin and establishment of the first football clubs, their influence and activity from the second half of the 19th century to 1950s. The primary theme will be examining this period as one of the peaks of Czechoslovak sport culture.

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