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Z nepřátelské do „naší” uniformy. Vojáci wehrmachtu ze Slánska jako dobrovolníci československé zahraniční armády
Maršálek, Zdenko
The study deals with the fate of German Wehrmacht soldiers, who volunteered from the captivity for the Czechoslovak Army-in-exile during the Second World War. The fact that at the end of the war, every third soldier of the Czechoslovak units formed alongside the Allies in Great Britain was a former German soldier, did not respond to the propaganda-shaped image of the resistance in exile, and was therefore marginalised. Colour fates of the men in this group is documented by an example of four soldiers born in the then Slaný district between 1909–1921.
From Slaný to the edge of Europe and back: members of the International Brigades as a probe into the issue of regional origin of the resistance-in-exileˈs soldiers during the World War II
Maršálek, Zdenko
The article focuses on the issue of regional origin of the former members of the International Brigades who had joined the Czechoslovak army-in-exile during World War II. It also describes and compares the fortunes of the members of the International Brigades from a particular region.
"Czech", or "Czechoslovak" Army? The ethnic and nationality composition of the Czechoslovak military units-in-exile in 1939 - 1945
Maršálek, Zdenko ; Gebhart, Jan (advisor) ; Borák, Mečislav (referee) ; Němeček, Jan (referee)
Charles University in Prague Faculty of Arts Institute of Czech Studies Historical Sciences - Czech History Zdenko M a r š á l e k ABSTRACT OF THE PhD THESIS "Česká", nebo "československá" armáda? Národnostní složení československých vojenských jednotek v zahraničí v letech 1939-1945 "Czech", or "Czechoslovak" Army? The ethnic and nationality composition of the Czechoslovak military units-in-exile in 1939-1945 tutor: prof. PhDr. Jan Kuklík, CSc. (†) PhDr. Jan Gebhart, DrSc. 2014 ABSTRACT General background One of the most important phenomena, which is important especially in current and future Europe, is the problem of the personal self-identification of individuals in the multinational and multicultural environment of higher (e.g., political) units, in particular national self- identification. For research about the problems connected with this phenomenon, the sample of the Czechoslovak units-in-exile during the World War II is an almost ideal historical model. The Czechoslovak units were, by far, the most diverse armed forces among the all exile-armies; yet this issue has not attracted the attention it deserves, neither in terms of different nationalities, nor from the perspective of ethnic issues in the units as a whole. The issue of the nationality in the resistance-in-exile was determined by the needs...
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...
Czechoslovak military resistance-in-exile in the year 1944
Maršálek, Zdenko
In the introduction, the article deals with the problems of the strategic situation of the Allies in the year 1944. In the summer of 1944, it seemed that the war could end soon, but despite the heavy losses, Germans managed to recover. The situation of the Czechoslovak exile and its military formations developed on this broader context. The first half of 1944 was thus a period of preparation for the moment of deemed critical decision. At the end of the summer, the Czechoslovak military formations entered the combat operations both on Eastern and Western fronts, the moment of final victory was however still far away.
Path of war. Less known fates of the soldiers of the Czechoslovak units-in-exile from the Slaný district
Maršálek, Zdenko
On the case of on region, the article examines the phenomenon of death in war and its variability. It also describes the conflict of the fates of ordinary men with the major historical events.
Natives from the Slaný District and a research question of regionality of origin of the members of Czechoslovak military units abroad during WWII
Maršálek, Zdenko
Article, besides the reminder of natives from Slaný District - members of Czechoslovak military units abroad, indicates the possibilities of research of the regional origins as sociological method of research of personal structure of Czechoslovak resistance abroad.
Czech or Czechoslovak army? Slovaks in Czechoslovak military units abroad in WWII
Maršálek, Zdenko
Focus deals with problems of participation of Slovaks in the Czechoslovak military units abroad in WWII on the West and on Eastern front, describing its development during the war.
To problems of defence of Bohemia in the thirties. The first mobile division and the defence preparations in the region of Slaný
Maršálek, Zdenko
Focused on the ground of a particular example, dealing with issues of Czechoslovak defence in inter-war period.
"German" in the "Czech" army - temporary issues of research. Problems, questions, hypothesis
Maršálek, Zdenko
Entry summarises temporary issues of research of Czechoslovak citizens of German nationality in Czechoslovak military units abroad during WWII, above all quantifies conjuction of confessional and "national" criterion.

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