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Municipal office Radonice - office operations, types of document
Formanová, Pavla ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Dobeš, Jan (referee)
The aim of my bachelor thesis is to describe the operation of the office at the municipal office, to describe the types of documents. In the introduction, I will briefly focus on the history of Radonice municipal office. Next, I will compare types of papers from the present. What kind of papers the public can meet. What papers and how they are archived. What are the choices in the municipal office and their outcome.
Municipal office Radonice - office operations, types of document
Formanová, Pavla ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Dobeš, Jan (referee)
The aim of my bachelor thesis is to describe the operation of the office at the municipal office, to describe the types of documents. In the introduction, I will briefly focus on the history of Radonice municipal office. Next, I will compare types of papers from the present. What kind of papers the public can meet. What papers and how they are archived. What are the choices in the municipal office and their outcome.
Tomáš Baťa; working conditions in the T. & A. BAŤA, ZLÍN company
Zapletalová, Jana ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Dobeš, Jan (referee)
The aim of this work is to understand Tomáš Baťa as a personality, entrepreneur and pioneer in the field of shoemaking craft, as well as his shoe factory. I will try to clarify the working conditions that have been set for Baťa company. The working order is deposited in the Státní okresní Archiv in Zlín and is the only preserved working order for Baťa's life. The working orders of other factories suitable for comparison were provided to me in the Všeodborový archiv Českomoravské konfederace odborových svazů in Prague. For comparison, I chose the working order of the Brněnská továrna na smaltové a kovové zboží Bratří Gottliebové & Brauchbar. I chose this working order, because it was the most appropriate in terms of date of issue. The work also includes economic and social history from the end of the 19th century to the first half of the 20th century, which illustrate the image of society in the life of Tomáš Baťa the elder, co-founder of world-famous Baťa company. The documents used to studying and processing I looked into period materials from the Státní okresní archiv in Zlín and Moravský zemský archiv in Brno, which contain the funds of Tomáš Baťa and the Všeodborový archiv Českomoravské konfederace odborových svazů in Prague, which contains a collection of working orders from different...
Documents of the Charles University 1938-1945
Veverková, Andrea ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Ratajová, Jana (referee)
Charles university, as the first czech university, had and still has its important place in society. Its history is as rich as history of Czech lands, which it in its way reflects. One of the turning moments was surely the Second World War, which hit hard the whole spectrum of society at that time. This thesis is looking at this period through the optics of diplomatics and it is trying to introduce topic of the day-to-day official agenda of the university and its faculties. This institution of higher education could not function without the office system in the background, since it provided administrative support for the framework of its activities. The administrative work of university officials consisted primarily of the production of records, especially official correspondence, as well as protocols of meetings or the issue of documents governing the course of the university. Its aim is primarily to find out to what extent this clerical life at the university background has survived the period after 17th of November 1939, when the schools in Bohemia and Moravia were closed by Nazi occupiers. The bachelor thesis first deals with the history of university history from the beginning to the liberation in May 1945. In the next part there is a diplomatic analysis of selected papers from the period...
Between Prague and Klatovy. The Youth of the Composer Josef Klička in the Light of Correspondence
Kličková, Barbora ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Woitschová, Klára (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with an important organist, composer and teacher from Klatovy, Josef Klička. The aim of the thesis is to critically evaluate Josef Klička's correspondence with his family during his studies at the Prague Conservatory between 1867 and 1870. A close analysis of the letters reveals more about his student years in Prague and his dramatic departure from the Prague Conservatory. The contents of the letters is put into a broader context of everyday life in the 19th century. Besides the introduction, the analysis of primary and secondary sources, the editorial commentary with the epilogue to the edition and the conclusion, the thesis is divided into two main chapters. The first part examines the life of Josef Klička and focuses on the often omitted period of his studies at the Prague Conservatory from the perspective of the extant correspondence. The second and most important part is a series of eighty-two extant letters of Josef Klička, his parents, siblings, family friends and relatives from the period of his life when he lived in Prague and studied at the prestigious Prague Conservatory. Key words Josef Klička - composers - organists - The Prague Conservatory - edition - correspondence - everyday life - 19th century
Union of Friends of the USSR in Czechoslovakia
Karas, Michal ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Dobeš, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis is focused on the Union of Friends of the USSR in Czechoslovakia. Association was established in 1930 and it went out of existence in 1948, when it was transformed into the Union of Czechoslovak-Soviet Friendship. This association presented achievements of building of socialism in the Soviet Union and informed about social and cultural statement in the USSR. Author describes development of this association and his activities. Thesis is divided into six main chapters. The first chapter describes Soviet Union in its participation in the foreign policy between years 1922, when USSR was established, and 1948, when existence of Union of Friends of the USSR in Czechoslovakia ended. The second chapter deals with the definition of this association and its legal definition. The third one focuses on the other organizations, which activities were specialised in Soviet Union, it is briefly dealt with Society for Cultural and Economic Relations with the USSR. Author describes Union of Friends of the USSR in Czechoslovakia, his development, activities and the most significant persons connected with this association in the fourth, crucial chapter. Subchapters are divided according to milestones in history of this association. The fifth chapter deals with the articles of this association. Last one...
Origin and initial development of the interwar resort Pikovice
Keprta, Štěpán ; Matoušek, Václav (advisor) ; Sekyrková, Milada (referee)
This thesis deals with recreational activities at the end of 19th and beginning of 20th century. Theoretical part focuses on society that is going through significant changes in the process of industrialization. The middle class of society is trying to demonstrate their social status by leisure time activities. Many people are becoming members of sports and touristic clubs. They also take interest in their local environment and cultural events generally. These activities are also frequently followed by raising nationalism. Important chapter is devoted to landscape ecology. At the end of the theoretical part there's also analysis of historical novel mentioning this topic. The empirical research describes origins and development of Pikovice summer resort which served to Prague citizens mainly. First there's a description of environment and geography of the region followed by local history. The key chapter is explaining in detail the development of private recreational houses and then it analyzes social status of their owners and of the construction companies that were involved. Also a discussion is given about the changes in landscape caused by extended construction works. Key words: Pikovice, Recreation, Villas, Cabins, Tramping, Industrialization, Countryside
Contribution to express different living conditions in Czechoslovakia after 1948
Uvízlová, Tereza ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Dobeš, Jan (referee)
The thesis is concerned with political trials in Czechoslovakia in the 1950s, an issue that continues to provoke various emotions in our society. The initial chapter aims to explain the historical context and describe events preceding the politically motivated trials. Using available archival materials and the literature, the first general part describes who was affected by the trails, who was responsible for them and how the then prison system worked with regard to political prisoners. This section is based on facts contained in studies published after the year 1989, historical resources and testimonies of persons who lived at that time. The second section introduces two particular political prisoners; their stories may be used to demonstrate activities of the then investigators, courts and prisons as well as interpersonal relations established behind bars. The first prisoner is Dagmar Šimková. She was arrested and charged with subversive activities in 1952 and released fourteen years later, in 1966. In 1968, she emigrated to Australia to stay there until her death. The other person is Lubomír Školoud, a former member of the Scouts from Hradec Králové, who was also arrested and charged with subversive activities in 1950 and released fourteen years later. In 1968 he did not use the opportunity to...
Téma práce anglicky: The municipal chronicle writing in region of Kolín till 1948: Example of the village Bečváry (in comparison with the village of Ratboř)
Urban, Michael ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Neřoldová, Lenka (referee)
(in English): The author deals with the theme of the Municipal Chronicle writing in Kolín district until 1948 on the example of the village of Bečváry (compared to the village of Ratboř). The thesis is divided into two parts - general part and exploratory part. The general part contains 5 chapters, an exploratory part contains 8 chapters. After the Preface and Introduction, the author describes available archival sources and literature. As far as the literature is concerned, the interpretation of the relevant previous works on the topic of the municipal chronicle writing was added. Chapter Three deals with municipal chronicles as a historical source. Chapter Four contains an explanation of the development of the legislation of the municipal chronicles, with an emphasis on the period from the early 20th century. The fifth chapter contains an explanation of the history of Bečváry village until 1923. The interpretation itself is divided into several subchapters, which separately describe the history of the villages of Malé and Velké Bečváry. A separate subchapter deals with the problem of village Bečváry in the context of the development of the Kolín district. An exploratory part was devoted to the history of village of Bečváry in the period before the establishment of local municipal chronicle (the...

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