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The Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia: law as an instrument of Nazi expansion
Pivarčeková, Zuzana ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
The thesis deals with the role of the law in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (1939-1945) during its economic exploitation, Germanisation and categorisation of the population as a prerequisite for an end solution to the so-called Jewish and Czech question in the plans of the Nazis. It focuses on forming this "law of lawfulness", its content and enforceability and comes to the conclusion that rule-making at that time played an important, above all, organisation-related role in implementing occupation order, however if this was an obstacle to rapid and radical solutions, it became a burden which the Nazis replaced with injustices in the form of special treatment (Sonderbehandlung) of martial law, executions and deportation to concentration camps. An example of the instrumental abuse of the law on behalf of the Nazis to pursue their expansion plans leads us to the general conclusion that to safeguard against abusing the law to control others cannot rely on the law alone, but also requires a democratically functioning society and a conscious historical memory of nations. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
The developement of the body of public prosecution between 1848-1952
Polívková, Michaela ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
The history of the body of public prosecution on the Czech territory has its roots in the late middle age. First prosecutor was named by the king Zikmund in 1437 and his main task was to help the king to regain the property he had lost during the religious wars. As the time was passing by, the king's prosecutor's agenda was slowly expanding. Soon he became authorized to pursue the perpetrators who committed crimes such as manslaughter, murder, heresy, offence of the king or counterfeiting. However with the succession of Habsburg dynasty his role has weakened since the crime proceeding got back to the principle of inquisitorial process which accumulates the role of judge, advocate and prosecutor in one person. In the revolution year of 1848 the Habsburg monarchy was forced to reorganize the justice system due to massive political protests. At the very same year the first public prosecution offices were founded in order to pursue crimes committed in relation with press. In 1850 the competence of state prosecutor expanded - from now on he was authorized by the law to prosecute all crimes that were to be tried in front of the court of justice and to represent the indictment in front of it. The strict hierarchy was given and it copied the judicial system. The exception was at the district courts - there...
Displacement of population from Sudetenland after 1938 (considering Turnov area)
Dřevěná, Jana ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Kuklík, Jan (referee)
The thesis discusses historical and legal aspects of the 1938 Sudeten populace displacement. It scopes over the establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1938 to delimitation of the term "Sudeten" and focuses on populace movements in the Turnov area and the town of Turnov, which became the largest border town in the north Bohemia. After a brief historical overview, the focus is given to social and legal shifts in the so- called Second Republic and the application of these new norms in a specific geographic region. Minority rights and living conditions of Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia and later in Sudetengau are compared and contrasted with minority rights granted to Czechs in Germany after 1938. A particular attention is given to the attitudes of the government and locals towards the migrants from Sudeten fleeing from Nazi Germany. There is a description of refugee waves, concretization of groups that were leaving Sudeten regions. The changes in the areas of employment, unemployment support, housing policy and charity are exposed in general and their later application illustrated by the case of Turnov and its surroundings.
Development of legal regulation of relations between persons of the same sex in the Czech Republic
Švecová, Klára ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Kindl, Vladimír (referee)
The subject of this thesis is to provide comprehensive description of the subsequent evaluation of the historical development of legal regulation of relations between persons of the same sex in the Czech Republic since the first signs of its existence until the present in order to suggest the direction of the development of relevant legislation (ie. the legislation de lege ferenda). In the thesis is proceeded on the timeline from the oldest to the youngest (current) adjustments, from the general definition of homosexuality to a special analysis of the relevant legislation. The main method that is used in this thesis is descriptive method further comparative and analytic method. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
The Relationship of the Czech State towards the Holy Roman Empire based on the Golden Bull of Sicily and the Golden Bull of Charles IV
Krajčír, Tomáš ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Kindl, Vladimír (referee)
The subject of the rigorous work "The Relationship of the Czech State towards the Holy Roman Empire based on the Golden Bull of Sicily and the Golden Bull of Charles IV" is a juristic analysis of the Golden Bull of Sicily from 1212 and the Golden Bull of Charles IV from 1356. The first part of the work addresses the general issues of the Golden Bull of Sicily and the historical circumstances preceding this decree. The second part focuses on the Golden Bull of Charles IV and in particular on the general interpretation of this code of law, as well as on the situation preceding its issuing. The last part contains the exact wordings of this decree and code of law and their legal analyses.
The attempts to federalize the Austrian monarchy
Čermák, Zdeněk ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
The topic of this doctoral thesis is an analysis of the attempts to federalize the Austrian monarchy occurring between 1848 and 1918. Special focus is given to the political program and concept of a state in the works of František Palacký. The first part of the thesis will introduce chronologically all principal ideas and theories which Palacký created during his life and which concern his concept of organization of the multi-national Austrian monarchy and of the Czech lands within the monarchy. Attention will be paid not only to the general grounds on which Palacký based his political program but also to the practical side of his political activities. In the same time, the most important political events and changes in the Austrian state will be mentioned from 1848 - the year when Palacký entered the political scene - to the year 1876 when he died. The first part will be devoted to the description of Palacký's character, especially his activities outside politics. The next part will focus especially on his activity in the Constituent Assembly in Vienna and Kroměříž in 1848-49. A detailed essay on Palacký's most important theoretical work, Ideje státu rakouského (Idea of the Austrian State) will form the centre of the third part. The individual chapters of the part will also deal with his other...
The legal status of the german minority in Czechoslovakia in the years 1918 - 1939
Reindl, Martin ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Adamová, Karolina (referee)
The thesis deals with the legal status of the national minorities in the territory of Czechoslovak Republic in the years 1918 - 1939 and especially focuses on the german minority, which was the largest and most important national minority in Czechoslovakia. Thesis contains the analysis of the relevant international treaties, national laws and judgments of the highest courts of Czechoslovakia, which determined the legal status of the members of national minorities. Its purpose is to reach to concrete conclusions based on critical analysis of the legal documents and form an objective view on the examined issue. The result of the research is particularly the conclusion, that although the Czechoslovak Republic provided to the members of the national minorities a relatively broad catalog of fundamental constitutional rights, these rights were not always consistently applied and were often inhibited by issuing of implementing regulations. Key words: Czechoslovakia - minority - Germans - right - statute - regulation - language - nationality
The protection of the Republic Act from 1923 and the press legislation
Červený, Ondřej ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
in English In my diploma paper I am dealing with Protection of the Republic Act from 1923. When and also under what conditions this act was coming up . The next chapter is about the law as a whole and then in more details I analyse the most important enactments. After that follow analysis of updatings of this act and the next chapter is about the application of the code in the judicial practice. The second part of the thesis deals with the press legislation of the Czechoslovakian Republic and with fields of the press law, and with the application of the press law in the judicial practice as well. The last chapter finally analyzes press offenses contained in the Protection of the Republic Act.
Land reform during the first Czechoslovak Republic
Zikmund, Martin ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Skřejpková, Petra (referee)
This thesis represents my attempt to summarise everything important about land reform taking place during the First Czechoslovak Republic. Land reform was a giant project lasting almost twenty years, whose consequences we can still feel today, be it either results of the reform or restitutional trials that are held to this day. Its enduring importance along with my interest in the era of First Czechoslovak Republic are among the main reasons why I have chosen this topic. Throughout writing, I've put emphasis on legal aspects of the reform where possible. The thesis is composed of nine chapters. Chapter one analyses the economic situation of land owners before the beginning of the land reform. The land owners are divided into categories by amount of owned land and these categories are compared from various points of view. Chapter Two is the most extensive one and it is entirely adressed to legislation of the land reform. The chapter is subdivided into three parts. Part One is also divided into several subdivisions, each of them explaining demands of each individual political party or movement. Part Two describes the story behind introducing the legal acts. Finally, Part Three thoroughly analyses the most important legal acts of the land reform. Chapter Three documents temporary actions that were...
The Relationship of the Czech State towards the Holy Roman Empire based on the Golden Bull of Sicily and the Golden Bull of Charles IV
Krajčír, Tomáš ; Adamová, Karolina (advisor) ; Kuklík, Jan (referee)
The subject of the rigorous work "The Relationship of the Czech State towards the Holy Roman Empire based on the Golden Bull of Sicily and the Golden Bull of Charles IV" is a juristic analysis of the Golden Bull of Sicily from 1212 and the Golden Bull of Charles IV from 1356. The first part of the work addresses the general issues of the Golden Bull of Sicily and the historical circumstances preceding this decree. The second part focuses on the Golden Bull of Charles IV and in particular on the general interpretation of this code of law, as well as on the situation preceding its issuing. The last part contains the exact wordings of this decree and code of law and their legal analyses.

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