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The Affirmation proces of Muslim nation in Yugoslavia, 1953-1971. A Debate Analysis
Ceropita, Mihail ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Pelikán, Jan (referee)
To analyze this problem we used periodical publications from the funds of "Adil Zulfikarpašić" Bosnian Institute in Sarajevo, the National Library of Serbia and the Library of the Husnija Kamberović and Amir Duranović from University of Sarajevo, who spesialize in the described by Moše Pijade in his article, which was one of the prerequisites for futher streingh and in 1967, after the release of the essay by Muhamed Filipović, gained a wide range. nation officially named by the government "Muslims" was controversial and illogi 's death in 1980, the problem once again came to the fore.
English-Speaking Communists, Communist Sympathisers and Fellow-Travellers and Czechoslovakia in the Early Cold War Years.
Geaney, Kathleen Brenda ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Rychlík, Jan (referee) ; Čapková, Kateřina (referee)
Doctoral Dissertation PhDr. Kathleen Brenda Geaney English-Speaking Communists, Communist Sympathizers and Fellow- Travellers and Czechoslovakia in the Early Cold War (Anglicky mluvící komunisté, komunističtí sympatizanti a podporovatelé a Československo v počátcích studené války) Abstract The dissertation is a study of some of those people with Communist Party affiliations and fellow-travellers, who journeyed behind the Iron Curtain to see for themselves what life was like in the new people's democracy. The research focuses on Czechoslovakia as a tourist destination for a surprising number of anglophones in the early years of the Cold War. It argues that Soviet experience served as a best practices model for officialdom in Prague. This was modified where necessary to take into account the lessons learnt, national particulars, and the new geopolitical context. In both situations, foreigners were evaluated in terms of importance and potential as far as the communist cause was concerned. Key words: Czechoslovakia, communism, Cold War, English-speaking foreigners, hospitality techniques
Human rights movement in Czechoslovakia and in Ukraine in the end of 1970s
Mokryk, Radomyr ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Tumis, Stanislav (referee)
This thesis deals with the topic of the human rights movement in Ukraine and Czechoslovakia after signing the final act of the conference on security and cooperation in Europe in Helsinki 1975. The thesis is an attempt of a comparative analysis of these two human rights movements in the late 1970s. The research focuses on the comparison of the social context for the dissent activity, the historical circumstances and the activities of the human rights groups. Particular attention is paid to the life stories of the actors of human rights movement and efforts to explore some common features in biographies of these personalities.
White Omsk and Czechoslovak legion
Chleboun, Jan ; Tumis, Stanislav (advisor) ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (referee)
The thesis deals with the Czechoslovak garisson and the diplomatic representation in Omsk during the Russian Civil War and the anti-bolshevik governments in the city (1918-1919). It focuses on the local events through the opticians mentioned above, evaluates and analyzes their role, attitudes, everyday life and relations with the White governments and the domestic population. The work is primarilly based on the study of archive sources, periodicals and memories of the participants.
History as an argument. Disputes about interpretation of the past in Montenegrin political debate during the Independence Referendum, 2006.
Pashkevich, Mikhail ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Pelikán, Jan (referee)
This thesis deals with using history as a tool of political marketing and communication in the campaign before Montenegrin independence referendum in 2006. Namely, it is referring to usage of historical past topics in discussions and agitation of antagonistic blocs: "For European Montenegro", which was promoting independence, and "For maintaining the state union of Serbia and Montenegro", calling to retain state union with Serbia respectively. The subject of research is the interpretation of Montenegrin history's key persons and events, to which both of blocs resorted for backing their arguments: Petr II. Petroviće Njegoše, the King Nikola I., the annexation of Montenegro to Serbia in 1918, conflict of partisans and Chetniks during WWII, evaluation of socialists Yugoslavia, the role and responsibility of Montenegro in wars following the breakup of Yugoslavia, evaluation of Slobodan Milošević's policy, interethnic relations in Montenegro in the 19th and the 20th centuries. Particular focus of this thesis is given to impact of tribal and family memory, ancestors legacy on adopting a stance towards idea of independence and understanding of Montenegrin identity.
The Attitudes of Czechoslovakia on the political situation in Italy in 1948
Bylinský, Vladimír ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Ira, Jaroslav (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focusing on the attitudes of Czechoslovakia on the political situation in 1948. The main objective of the thesis is to find out which attitude and importance of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia was on the political process in Italy and how the Czechoslovakian government and the public were informed and what distortions of the reports were in the articles in press, primarily in Rudé právo, and in the political reports from the Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The method of the thesis is finding the range and the structure of the periodicals; the frequency, the themes, the locations, the ranges and the sources of the issues and the reports about Italy. The result of the thesis is finding out the level and the quality of information about the political situation in Italy for the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia and the Czechoslovakian public and their attitude on it.
Town, canal, and region. The impact of drainage processes on the urban centrality of Sombor in the first half of Ninetenth century
Ljuboja, Dušan ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Erdösi, Péter (referee)
This thesis examines the impact of drainage processes that were conducted in the first half of the Nineteenth century on the urban centrality of the free royal town of Sombor. The existing approach in the literature regarding urbanization in Kingdom of Hungary mainly focused on the economic role of a settlement, which put aside the importance of its legal status within the feudal system. This theory, even though it validly changed the definition of what being urban means for a specific settlement, also passed over the importance of the administrative aspect of centrality. In the case of Sombor, there were two main central political authorities that interacted and conflicted with each other, thus impeding the overall progress of a settlement as a whole. On the one side, town's administration represented the interests that did not usually go beyond the territory under their control. On the other, Bács-Bodrog County's administration represented the interests of the feudal dominions and inhabitants living there. The main hypotheses of this thesis is that the process of land drainage, which was conducted in order to reduce the level of redundant waters and ameliorate conditions for agricultural activity, emanated contested centrality of Sombor as a settlement, and showed juxtaposed positions of the Town...
The Reflexion on the Macedonian Question in the Czech Trevel Books in the first half of the 20th Century
Volný, Vít ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Mlynáriková, Eliška (referee)
The main goal of this work is to analyse travelogues of Czech authors about Macedonia. In these texts the thesis is searching for opinions and comments about the "Macedonian Question" which is trying to reconstruct. The first part focuses on common development and basic questions about the phenomenon which moved foreign policy of the Balkans for years. The second part introduces in short basic view of the question in Czech lands and different points of view which you could found in the texts of Czech authors. The last part analyse in detail travelogue (not political pamphlets or popular-science texts) literature with focus on the "Macedonian Question" with emphasis on the works of Emanuel Fait, Ludvík Kuba and Julius Komárek.
Czecho-Slovak reactions to the Hungarian uprising of 1956
Guziar, Matúš ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Koura, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis analyses events of the Hungarian uprising in the autumn of 1956 and the Czecho-Slovak reactions related to them. It examines development of political situation in Hungary which advanced towards outbreak of the uprising, its progress and following response in Czechoslovakia. It focuses on emergency measures applied by the Czechoslovak government, image of the uprising presented in the Czechoslovak press and also contemporary reactions of citizens, especially those living in Slovakia, to the revolutionary events. Keywords: communism, socialism, Hungary, uprising, 1956, revolution, Czechoslovakia, Imre Nagy
The Marian Pilgrimage Sites La Salette and Šaštín during the Second World War
Jägerová, Julie ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Štofaník, Jakub (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyse perception of political and social changes by Catholic Marian communities under two authoritarian regimes, namely the Vichy regime in France and independent Slovak state. Both political entities emerged due to aggression by Nazi Germany during the Second World War. Both founded their traditionalist ideology on Christian values. The object of this study are two groups of clergy which were involved in Marian pilgrimage sites in French La Salette and Slovak Šaštín. Main sources, on which the study is based, are periodicals published by communities administering the pilgrimage sites. These are Annales de Notre-Dame de La Salette a Bulletin des Missionnaires de Notre-Dame de La Salette in case of France and Saleziánske zvesti in case of Slovakia. While analysing the text, the author focuses on the reflection of several basic themes - military conflict in Europe, demise of the previous regime and emergence of a new state. At the same time, the author describes the fundamental characteristics of the Marian cult at the time of its creation during the war. The concluding part offers an application of comparative perspective on the two case studies with the aim to indicate their similar and distinct characteristics. Keywords Catholic Church, Vichy France, Slovakia...

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