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Retribution Judiciary of Extraordinary People's Courts in the Central Bohemia
Němečková, Daniela ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Kindl, Vladimír (referee) ; Vojáček, Ladislav (referee)
Retribution Judiciary of Extraordinary People's Courts in the Central Bohemia Goal of this Dissertation is to complement up-to-date literature resources about Retribution with a statistical analysis of two Extraordinary People's Courts in Mladá Boleslav and Kutná Hora, to answer defined research questions, and to develop a novel methodology for assembling name lists of charged individuals, which can serve in the future as a supporting tool for an easier formation of new name lists coming from other Extraordinary People's Courts. Another goal was to determine an influence of a so-called layman element on the court's decisions. Files in eponymous collections deposited in Regional Archive in Prague served as a main source of data. A brief probe into Extraordinary People's Court in Prague is also included in this work. Studies of the files showed that 487 men and 124 women were charged by the Extraordinary People's Court in Mladá Boleslav. Therefore, one fifth of charged individuals were women. Statistical analysis also showed that an average woman had a bigger chance of being acquitted; men were judged more strictly. This Court prosecuted mainly people of Czech nationality. Nationality also had an influence on a length of a sentence, which was almost double among Germans. Whistle-blowing was the most...
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.
Extraordinary people's court in Prague
Němečková, Daniela ; Kindl, Vladimír (referee) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
Résumé The outrageous crimes committed by the Nazis and their treacherous accomplices in Czechoslovakia demanded strict justice. These were the first words of the Decree No. 16/1945 concerning the punishment of Nazi criminals, traitors and their accomplices and concerning the Extraordinary People's Courts (so called the Great Decree). This decree was used to punish Nazi criminals, traitors and their accomplices who stood trial before the Extraordinary People's Courts. The biggest extraordinary people's court resided in Prague, it carried out its activity from 5th September 1945 to 4th July 1947 and it had to deal with eleven thousand cases. During its existence this court had to solve a lot of issues: such as missing professional judges and public prosecutors, problematic cooperation with the District National Committees, and finally the interpretation of problematic provisions. A lot of important Nazis had to stand trial before this court, such as the prosecutor of the Special court Kurt Blaschtowitschka, the politician of the First Republic and the Minister of State for Bohemia and Moravia Karl Hermann Frank, the Deputy Protector of Bohemia and Moravia Kurt Daluege, the gestapo leader in Kladno Harald Wiesmann with another fifteen gestapo members and at last the parachutist and later paid confident, the...
Extraordinary People's Court in Prague
Němečková, Daniela ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Skřejpková, Petra (referee)
Résumé The outrageous crimes committed by the Nazis and their treacherous accomplices in Czechoslovakia demanded strict justice. These were the first words of the Decree No. 16/1945 concerning the punishment of Nazi criminals, traitors and their accomplices and concerning the Extraordinary People's Courts (so called the Great Decree). This decree was used to punish Nazi criminals, traitors and their accomplices who stood trial before the Extraordinary People's Courts. The biggest extraordinary people's court resided in Prague, it carried out its activity from 5th September 1945 to 4th July 1947 and it had to deal with eleven thousand cases. During its existence this court had to solve a lot of issues: such as missing professional judges and public prosecutors, problematic cooperation with the District National Committees, and finally the interpretation of problematic provisions. A lot of important Nazis had to stand trial before this court, such as the prosecutor of the Special court Kurt Blaschtowitschka, the politician of the First Republic and the Minister of State for Bohemia and Moravia Karl Hermann Frank, the Deputy Protector of Bohemia and Moravia Kurt Daluege, the gestapo leader in Kladno Harald Wiesmann with another fifteen gestapo members and at last the parachutist and later paid confident, the...
Importance of Guarantee funds in Microfinance
Němečková, Dagmar ; Procházka, Pavel (advisor) ; Řežábek, Pavel (referee)
Microbusiness is recognized as an important tool for economic growth especially in less developed countries. It is supposed that a lack of access to capital is one of the most prominent constraints of microentepreneurs. To address this limitation, many forms of loan guarantee programs have been established. This paper examines what demands are placed on an effective guarantee structure in this field and how these aims are accomplished by the current guarantee funds. In conclusion, the access to capital is getting better recently in these countries. Guarantee funds have been growing, however, their importance is not so significant yet. Guarantee funds have a potential to draw an attention of investors to microlending but the cost of these schemes seems to be too high.
Foreign Policy after Liberation in 1945. (16. 5. - 31. 12. 1945)
Němeček, Jan ; Kuklík, J. ; Jedličková, Blanka ; Němečková, D.
First volume of new, third series of the project on Documents on Czechoslovak Foreign Policy contains documents from May to December 1945. The documents concentrate mainly the restoration of postwar-Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovak-Soviet relations (mainly cession of Subcarpathian Ruthenia), Czechoslovak-Polish conflict on Teschen, relief of UNRRA and another question. Documents are published including historical and editorial introduction, list of documents, English summaries of documents and name index.
Czechoslovak Foreign Policy in 1943. Vol. 1 (1. 1. – 31. 7. 1943)
Němeček, Jan ; Kuklík, J. ; Němečková, D.
First volume of fourth tome from the project on Documents on Czechoslovak Foreign Policy contains 249 documents from January to July 1943. The documents concentrate mainly on the visit of President Edvard Beneš in USA and Canada, Inter-Allied negotiations, relations of Czechoslovakia to Great Powers, process of restoration of Czechoslovakia in its pre-Munich borders, problems in Czechoslovak-Polish Relations after Katyn-Incident and another question.
Czechoslovak Foreign Policy by the End of the War 1945 (1. 1. – 16. 5. 1945)
Němeček, Jan ; Kuklík, J. ; Jedličková, Blanka ; Němečková, D.
Last tome “war series” of the project on Documents on Czechoslovak Foreign Policy contains 209 documents from January to May 1945. The documents concentrate mainly liberation of Czechoslovakia by Allies, return of Czechoslovak Government home, German massacres in occupied Czechoslovakia, also the establishment of Czechoslovak State Administration on liberated territory, English abstracts and another question. Documents are published including introduction, list of published documents and also nominal register.
Price Policy of the Jara Cimrman Theatre in Zizkov and its Consequences
Němečková, Dagmar ; Lipka, David (advisor) ; Dudáková, Tereza (referee)
This paper examines the efficiency of the strategy of setting ticket prices to the objectives of The Jara Cimrman Theatre in Žižkov. The basis of the examination is to analyze the prosperity of the theater in present time based on theoretical knowledge of contemporary economists. Based mainly on the conclusions of Becker's theory about how demand is affected by the demand of other individuals and certain other economic theories dealing with the determination of lower than equilibrium prices and related issues. In addition to describing the current state of operation of the theater is mapped in detail, using sample surveys, the issue of pricing and distribution of tickets incl. further sale of those tickets. An essential part of this work is the application of Becker's model, selected on the economic behavior of the theatre, which is explained by the atypical aspects that remain at the scene. Those are particularly long queues for tickets, which maintains the theater, as one of the last image of their unique type of theater. However, has the time come for that type of theatre to make changes in their economic thinking in favor of maximizing profits? And what changes come with this behaviour? This question is answered in the end it is this work.

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