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Loss of Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia at the End of World War 2
Hubený, David ; Rychlík, Jan (advisor) ; Plachý, Jiří (referee) ; Němeček, Jan (referee)
Loss of Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia at the End of World War 2 David Hubený Czechoslovakia came by Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia completely unexpectedly after World War 1. The Republic tried with dedication to help the Slavonic population of the region, hardly aware of their nationality, get rid of poverty and ignorance. Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia, however, did not fit into the concept of Czechoslovak statehood. Some Czechoslovak politicians (e.g. Karel Kramář) only perceived the mission of the Republic at Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia as the role of a "faithful trustee" that should hand Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia over to Russia when the right time comes. On the other hand, Czechoslovak Communists called the region Trans-Carpathian Ukraine as early as 1920s and alleged that the local Slavonic population are Ukrainians. The Republic did not want to get involved in the ethnic development. At the time of the "Second Republic", power in Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia was seized by Ukrainian Nationalists, who colluded with Nazis. The former saw Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia as kind of Ukrainian Piemont, which would unite all Ukrainians in one state, while the latter found it a perfect tool to destabilize the USSR by opening up the hot Ukrainian issue. Relations of Czechoslovak security services to Ukrainian Nationalists were really bad. Ukrainian...
In the shadow and background: general Antonín Hasal (1893-1960)
Hubený, David ; Maršálek, Zdenko (referee) ; Kuklík jun., Jan (advisor)
1960), whose activities left a significant vestige both in military and political course of Czechoslovakian public life. The first chapter focuses on his youth, academic education and precocity. He finishes his secondary school education in Rakovnik, from which he moves to Russia shortly before the beginning of the First World War. In the course of the First World war he enters Česká Družina (Czech Retinue) as a private. The chapter focuses on the growth and development of Czechoslovak forces in Russia and studies those military operations in which Hasal participated. One of the fields of interest is also the Civil War in Russia, into which Hasal intervenes already as a commander of 2nd riflemen regiment of Jiřího z Poděbrad. The chapter terminates with the return of Czechoslovakian Legions to Czechoslovakia. The second chapter concentrates on Hasal's career in the first Czechoslovak Republic. The chapter begins with the characterisation of the restless events of December 1920, when the uproar between moderate social democrats together with the state powers and the radical social democrats, later to become communists, begins. Following are the passages dealing with Hasal's career development, an account on his studies on several military universities and the foundation of his family. In the course of 1930s...
General Antonín Hasal (1893-1960)
Hubený, David ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Gebhart, Jan (referee)
The work deals with the life of important Czechoslovak general Antonin Hasal (1893- 1960), whose activities left a significant vestige both in military and political course of Czechoslovakian public life.

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