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Czechoslovak Foreign Policy in 1942. Volume 2 (1. 8. – 31. 12. 1942)
Němeček, Jan ; Kuklík, J. ; Jedličková, Blanka ; Němečková, D.
Second volume of third tome from the project on Documents on Czechoslovak Foreign Policy contains documents from August to December 1942.
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...
Bias of Czech media: the image of Radovan Krejčíř and his activities in the contemporary press
Němeček, Jan ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Nečas, Vlastimil (referee)
Bachelor thesis Bias of Czech media: the image of Radovan Krejčíř and his activities in the contemporary press analyzes how chosen media informed about events during the escape of Radovan Krejčíř from the Czech Republic in 2005. The quantitative analysis aims to reveal potential journalism methods and working procedures, that could cause, at the end, bias on public. Theoretical part of these thesis focuses on defining the term bias and specifies defined terms, which this study contains. Theoretical concepts kinds of bias are introduced and monitored press is defined. Practical part of this study draws information form monitored periodicals in defined time table and emphasizes on following comparation of analyzed data. The main aim of this study is to find out, how media worked with information and confirm or refute potential bias.
Alkaloids of family Amaryllidaceae and their analogues as potential drugs
Kavková, Zuzana ; Cahlíková, Lucie (advisor) ; Němeček, Jan (referee)
Charles University in Prague Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Department of Pharmaceutical Botany and Ecology Candidate: Zuzana Kavková Supervisor: doc. Ing. Lucie Cahlíková, Ph.D. Title of diploma thesis: Alkaloids of family Amaryllidaceae and their analogues as potential drugs The object of this diploma thesis was to prepare derivatives of alkaloids of Amaryllidaceae family and to deal with their biological activity. These alkaloids are famous for their antibacterial, antiinfectives, antifungal, antimalarial and inhibitory activity against AChE, BuChE and POP and also for cytotoxic effect against cell lines. In the current studies about anticancer activity it was found that the most active alkaloids are Amaryllidaceae alkaloids of these types: lycorine, crinane and pancratistatine. Their biological activity relates closely with their structure. The changes of different parts of the structure can explain the relationship between structure and activity, and also the importance of their organization which is necessary for starting the activity. Based on this finding were for the experiments chosen alkaloids like haemanthamine, haemanthidine and lycorine. An eleven derivatives were prepared and identified mostly by GC-MS and NMR. These derivatives were tested on a wide spectrum of tumor lines....
"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...
Retardation, collaboration and activism of army elite in the Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia
Veselý, Martin ; Gebhart, Jan (advisor) ; Borák, Mečislav (referee) ; Němeček, Jan (referee)
5 Abstract: Dissertation work is concerned with a political activism phenomenon, retardation and programme collaboration of army elite in Bohemia and Moravia Protectorate study. The aim of the work is to explore and chart the public and political life in Bohemia and Moravia Protectorate with a special attention to high Czech commissioned officer activity not only to summarize the acquired information but also to put them into the context with a development of Protectorate autonomous and occupation politics. The Thesis is not only focuses on the activity on the main organisations and their leading personalities but devotes its attention to opinions and points of view of centers of protectorate autonomous and occupation administration towards them, which had an influence on the organisation activity and their leaders. It situates them into the protectorate politics on the background of the events. The Thesis theme concentrates basically on the activity of the main Protektorate organisations and of the former soldiers such as Czech Union of Warriors and Central Union Former Soldiers in Bohemia and Moravia and their leaders - the general Otto Bláha, Robert Rychtrmoc and Bohuslav Kálala. In addition to that it also focuses on the activity of political and statutory organisations called National Conviviality,...
Forced Use of Secondary School Students During the Occupation
Eisenhammer, Miroslav ; Gebhart, Jan (advisor) ; Borák, Mečislav (referee) ; Němeček, Jan (referee)
Miroslav Eisenhammer Forced use of secondary school students during the occupation Supervisor: PhDr. Jan Gebhart, CSc., DSc. Abstract This dissertation deals with yet completely unprocessed issue of forced labor deployment of secondary and vocational school pupils in the Czech lands during the occupation by Nazi Germany. After the initial characteristics of the development of the German and the Protectorate economy and the Nazi attitude to use workforce of its own population and of occupied countries, the other chapter is devoted to the situation in the Czech education in 1939-1945. The Nazis considered the Czech intelligence as the enemy, so after the closure of Czech universities they deliberately restricted Czech secondary education. These restrictions did not have only national political, but also economic significance. From 1939 workers from the Czech lands were sent to work in the Reich. This trend increased significantly from 1942, when Germany intensified the expansion of war production and at the same time they started extensive program of forced labor of foreign workers in German industry. One of the labor sources were secondary school pupils, who the new legislation from February 1943 allowed to acknowledge de facto incomplete education based on the confirmed certificate in forced labor...
Synthesis of tetrazole derivatives as potential antituberculotics
Němeček, Jan ; Roh, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Vávrová, Kateřina (referee)
Charles University in Prague Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové Department of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry Candidate: Jan Němeček Supervisor: PharmDr. Jaroslav Roh, PhD. Title of diploma thesis: Synthesis of tetrazole derivatives as potential antituberculotics Tuberculosis is a widespread infectious disease; however, no substances were introduced to the clinical practise during the last decade. In this diploma thesis, a series of potential antitubercular substances based on 1-substitued-5-alkyl/arylsulphanyl-1H-tetrazole were prepared. First, we prepared two compounds, 5-[(1-phenyl-1H-tetrazole-5-yl)sulphanylmethyl]-1H- tetrazole and 5-[(1-phenyl-1H-tetrazole-5-yl)sulphanyl]-1H-tetrazole, as the main building blocks, which were further functionalized. 5-[(1-phenyl-1H-tetrazole-5-yl)sulphanyl]-1H-tetrazole was substituted by methyl, propyl and benzyl groups on the terminal tetrazole ring. The same substitutions were performed with 5-[(1- phenyl-1H-tetrazole-5-yl)oxymethyl]-1H-tetrazole, which had already been prepared in our laboratory. Furthermore, we prepared 5-[(2-methyl-1,3,4-oxadiazole-5-yl)methylsulphanyl]-1-phenyl-1H- tetrazole, 5-[(2-methyl-1,3,4-oxadiazole-5-yl)sulphanyl]-1-phenyl-1H-tetrazole and 5-[(2-methyl- 1,3,4-oxadiazole-5-yl)methoxy]-1-phenyl-1H-tetrazole from the...
Czechoslovak exil and holocaust. Arnošt Fišer, the member of czechoslovak State council in London and his help to Jews in occupied Europe
Láníček, Jan ; Němeček, Jan (referee)
Holocaust je právem považován za jednu z největších katastrof, které lidstvo ve dvacátém století zažilo. Během pouhých šesti let bylo systematicky vyvražděno téměř šest milionů civilních osob, jejichž jedinou vinou bylo, že z hlediska zvrácených rasových zákonů byly považovány za Židy, tedy za méněcenné. Během desetiletí následujících po válce se vžilo mylné klišé, že za války neexistoval židovský odboj. Židé se dle této teorie nebránili konečnému řešení a někteří autoři zašli až tak daleko, že chování Židů přirovnávali k "ovcím jdoucím na porážku." 1 Skutečnost byla jiná. Židovský odboj existoval a můžeme jej dle prostého klíče rozdělit na dvě skupiny, a to na vnitřní (domácí) a zahraniční. Prvním, mezi jehož vrcholy patřily heroická povstání varšavských či białystockých mučedníků, se zde zabývat nebudeme. Zaměříme se na druhou skupinu, a v ní převážně na činnost jediného židovského člena československé Státní rady v Londýně - exilového parlamentu - Ing. Arnošta Frischera. Zahraniční židovský odboj měl podobně jako nežidovský v podstatě dvě formy: vojenskou a politickou. Českoslovenští Židé tvořili velké procento v řadách československé zahraniční armády v Sovětském svazu, Velké Británii i na Blízkém východě.2 Z hlediska politického odboje můžeme taktéž zmínit více činovníků, hlásících se k židovským...
Slovak-Italian relationships 1939-1945
Kubík, Petr ; Rychlík, Jan (advisor) ; Němeček, Jan (referee) ; Ďurica, Milan (referee)
Slovak-ltalian relationsbips between 1939 and 1945 Diplomatic relations between the fírst Slovak Republic and the Kingdom oOtaly began developing after Apri1 11, 1939, when tbe ltalian govemment acknowledged the independence of Slovakia. The first Slovak ambassador, 1M. Zvrškovec, served in Rome from the middle of May 1939 and was replaced in summer 1940 by B. Galvánek. The Italian consulate in Bratislava directed by F.Lo Faro was transformed Ínto an embassy in September 1939. Count G.Roncalli, the first ambassador, was succeeded by P. Cortese in March 1942. ln tbe years ]939 to 1943 tbe Slovak-ltalian relationships were very active and rapídly extended in many fields of diplomacy, business, culture, propaganda and sports. These activities are described in detail in several chapters. This period of contacts was very fruitful, but compilation of a cultural agreement was not fina1ized and the planned visits at tbe highest level never took place. Tbe above communication abruptly came to an end after the· ltalian miIitary and politica1 break down in summer of 1943. Slovak Republic tried to keep diplomatic contacts witb tbe ltalian Sodal Republic newly established in northem Italy by Mussoliní under German protectorate, but these relations could not be as íntensive as those in the ear1ier years. They functioned...

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