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The Expulsion of German Citizens from Hungary after the World War II
Hromádková, Tereza ; Tóth, Andrej (advisor) ; Kaleta, Petr (referee)
(english) The Bachelor thesis entitled "The Expulsion of German Citizens from Hungary after the World War II" deals with the post-war process of expulsion, as well as the history of the German population in Hungary with an emphasis on the first half of the twentieth century. The first part of this thesis is concerned with the German colonization of Hungary and the awakening of national consciousness of the Hungarian Germans. The following part discusses the interwar period and the political development of the Hungarian Germans, the progessive radicalization of the Hungarian-German National Socialist movement and its activities during the World War II. The central theme of this section is the expulsion of the German population from post-war Hungary, the causes of this process as well as the subsequent integration in the Allied-occupied Germany and the development in Hungary until 2000.
Incubation behavior of the arctic tern Sterna paradisaea in extreme conditions of northern tundra
Hromádková, Tereza ; Pavel, Václav (advisor) ; Praus, Libor (referee)
Short breeding period and harsh climatic conditions are major limiting factors to which birds have to adapt in northern tundra regions. Despite this fact, dozen species of birds annually migrate into these regions to increase their chances to breed successfully. My diploma thesis focuses on incubation behaviour of the Arctic tern (Sterna paradisaea). The research for my thesis took place on the Norwegian archipelago Svalbard, in two particular locations: Adolfbukta and Longyearbyen. By using the method of continuous video recording, I described incubation behaviour of this specie in detail. Human activity is very different on each of Adolfbukta and Longyearbyen. On site Adolfbukta study was conducted during seasons 2012 and 2014, both with different predation pressure. Having known that, I could evaluate the impact of human activity as well as the impact of different predation pressure on incubation behaviour and breeding ecology of Arctic tern. The presence of human close to the colony had significant effect on incubation behaviour. Due to higher disturbances, incubating birds tended to leave their nests more often, attention paid to the nest was smaller and calm incubation (sleeping on the nest) was shorter by a half. Human activity had no effect on other displays such as average clutch size or...
Incubation behaviour of birds in polar regions
Hromádková, Tereza ; Pavel, Václav (advisor) ; Praus, Libor (referee)
The climate in the polar regions is so extreme that it has led to a big number of special adaptations in life and reproduction of local animals. However, the disadvantages are compensated by several important aspects like much lesser activity of preadtors, long sunny polar day and an abundance of nutriments during spring and summer. I tis no wonder that many species of birds have adapted their life cycle and migrate annualy thousands of kilometres to the polar regions in order to increase their chance of successfully leading out their offspring. Birds in these areas nest during the polar summer. Only one species of nesting begins already during the polar winter, i tis an Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) in Antarctica. The broods of birds nesting in polar regions are bigger in quantity in average and they also incubated longer then their conterparts in temperate and tropical. The main difference is the incubation rhythm adjusting mainly the extension of sessions associated with a reduction of recesses. The only exception are songbirds who leaves their nests frequently but only for a short periods of time. The information about the incubation behaviour of the most of the bird species of the polar regions are still very limited and incomplete. Therefore, bachelor thesis contains so far...
The advetnure - short story of Julius Zeyer
This thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and analytical. The first part aims to provide basic findings about adventure fiction, i.e. general characteristic, brief historical account and individual genres. Then an overview of Zeyer's shorter adventure proses, which will be analysed further on, follows. The next chapter examines to what extent and in what way adventurousness was becoming a part of metalanguage about Zeyer's work. The last theoretical segment provides an overview of period reception of Zeyer's shorter adventure proses discussed in the second chapter. The analytical part tries to answer the question how is adventurousness in Zeyer's work formed. The last chapter consists of a treatise about adventurousness in Svatý Xaverius by Jakub Arbes, a piece of literature of analogical nature.
Julius Zeyer: The Adventure of Madrana
In the first part, this paper examines publishing and reception of the work The Adventure of Madrana since its first publication until the end of World War 2, i. e. until 1945. An attention is aimed to five existing articles written by the authors of that period, which occurred in significant magazines from the end of 19th century (Ruch, Pokrok, Květy, Osvěta, Čas), and one monograph about Julius Zeyer, in which the authors criticise the researched work. The second part is divided into two sections. The first analytical section characterizes the structure of the text from narratological and poetological point of view. It focuses on basic narratological categories of the analysed text, i. e. the narrator, the story, the characters, the time and the key dynamic themes. Special attention is paid to descriptiveness which forms the work in a characteristic way. The second section is focused on the relation of the text towards the literary forms of the end of 19th century, i. e. realism, parnasism and romantism. The aim of this work is to give a complete image of Zeyer´s work The Adventure of Madrana.

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