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Presentations for tourists of old timber roofs in historic towns
Bláha, Jiří ; Panáček, M.
The present state of knowledge and documentation of historical roof trusses in Czech towns. An overview of the educational and leisure orientated activities of the last decades. Creating the concept of enhancing the historical towns as tourist attractions with the addition of tours accessing historical timber roofs and other significant artefacts of structural history situated in related attic spaces. It is a by-product of long-term research activities focused on building heritage identification and preservation, manifestations of regional cultural diversity and the transfer of historical technological innovations in Europe. Improvement of awareness for both professionals and the general public of traditional building carpentry, construction development and their manifestation in the urban environment. The first experiences of the realization of the tour route “Under the Roofs of the Cheb Houses” which was established in 2017.
Changes in the School Libraries of the Cheb (1854-1942) and Pelhřimov (1871-1942) Secondary Schools
VETRÁKOVÁ, Pavlína
This dissertation on "Changes in the School Libraries of the Cheb (1854-1942) and Pelhřimov (1871-1942) Secondary Schools" aims to present thematic analyses of the teacher and student libraries at these schools. The paper is divided into seven chapters. The first contains a critique of the sources and literature used. The second deals with the history of the Cheb Secondary School. The history of the Pelhřimov Secondary School presents the third chapter. The following section provides information on the development of school libraries and their inclusion in laws on education in the period 1848-1942. The fourth and fifth chapters then form the core of this paper, which include analyses of the teacher and student libraries at the Cheb and Pelhřimov Secondary Schools, not only from a thematic, chronological and language perspective, but also in terms of the acquisition and preservation of books. All the findings are then summarised in the conclusion.
Možnosti využití brownfields v územním rozvoji města Cheb
Hakr, Pavel
The thesis deals with the revitalisation of military brownfields located within the city Cheb. The objective of the thesis is to find the possible variants of the new use of the locality and evaluate them by using the multiple-criteria decision analysis. In the theoretical part of the thesis there is characterized the term of brownfields and the area characterized. Methodical part includes the description of the process of multiple-criteria decision analysis. In the final practical part there are the variants of the new use of the locality suggested, as well as defined there are the criteria for decision making including determination of the importance defined and on the basis of mathematical model there is the most suitable variant chosen.
Church of St. Judoc in Cheb in the middle Ages
Hošková, Eva ; Pátková, Hana (advisor) ; Bláhová, Marie (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the history of the church of saint Judoc in Cheb. The thesis focuses mainly on the period of the Middle Ages, it gives information about the erection of the church and its funding and activities mainly in the 15th and 16th century. The extant sources and the regional literature are used for this period. Information about history of the church in modern times and the description of the church furnishings is gained from both German and Czech regional authors works. The history of the region and of the other sacral buildings in Cheb and the question of religious administration and of Cheb patriciate are also included in this thesis. The important part of the thesis is the edition of the sources for the medieval history of the church.
The image of the border Cheb region in the local press since the normalization period until the fall of comunism
Šollar, Libor ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Sekera, Martin (referee)
Main goal of this thesis is research of everyday life specifics in Cheb region as a region on the west border of the former Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and eventual interception of these specifics in regional or national press in last twenty years before the Velvet Revolution. The base for the research became the weekly magazine Hraničář as the only regional newspaper published throughout the whole studied period and the research was conducted using searches of the sample chosen in advance (years 1970, 1971, 1980, 1981, 1989, 1990). Any predicative facts about the local newspapers, the composition of the editorial staff and possible editors impact (respectively presumed inability to influence) on the newspaper content in a system of directive management and reflections of the Chebsko region as a border region in the immediate vicinity of the Iron Curtain were of interest of the research. The core of the work is to draw a picture of everyday life of "ordinary" citizens of the region with regard to the above facts and focusing on different aspects of life in society such as the local economy, agriculture or cultural, sport and social life in the city. The thesis also deals with the editions and contents of the newspaper during the periods of anniversaries of essential historical events (e.g....
Cheb's trade in 16. century
Sečkař, Petr ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Ďurčanský, Marek (referee)
City of Cheb, lying on crossroad of old trade roads, gains by favor of czcech kings and roman emperors many privileges supports trade activity. Sixteenth century was period of trade prosperity of this region: silver was discovered in Joachimsthal and some new deposits of tin. Prosperous mining areas are source of prosperity even for near and farther neighbourhoods, and on main route from western Europe lies Cheb. Assumed prosperity of trade shoud make impact on prosperity of city inhabitants, even city as a whole. Goal of this work is to analyze city income books (Umgeldbücher) and qualify and quantify income from trade and proportion of this income in whole city income.
The history of Cheb after the war: life stories alongside the great events
Havel, Jan ; Mücke, Pavel (advisor) ; Houda, Přemysl (referee)
The goal of this MA thesis lies in mapping the history of the city Cheb after the second world war with the help of narratives and press of those times. Focus is on years 1945-1950 but the thesis also contains information about the city's history until 1945. Another aspect of this thesis is the variety of newspaper specific for this region and the way it changes through the years after war. The most important themes of this thesis include evicion of Germans, changing relationships whith the USA and the Soviet Union, ascent of kommunism and reastructuraion of Cheb - all of these in connection with the city itself and the memories of narrators. These themes are submited within the stories of individual narrators and spulemented by citations from newspaper.
Czech Periodical Press in Region off Cheb in Years 1945
Dlouhá, Petra ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Krejcar, Robert (referee)
The main aim of my diploma thesis is to capture the development of the periodic press in Cheb after the end of the Second World War. It is a period which brought extensive demographic and socio-economic changes to Czechoslovakia and especially the border regions. That is why this topic must be set in a wider context. At the beginning, I describe the history of the Cheb region, which, from its earliest history, had a distinct position within our country. I also researched the general issue of Czech-German relations after the foundation of the independent Czechoslovak Republic. A chapter in the thesis deals specifically with what happened during the Second World War in Cheb. The main emphasis is however on the first months in the Cheb region after the war. The reason for this is that it was a period of essential reversal in Cheb. Everything that used to be German was now to become Czech. It was essential for the newcomers to receive information in their mother tongue. The core of the thesis is the development of the Czech regional press in the Cheb region. In the year 1945 there only was a single journal published in Cheb - Chebsko. My thesis will present this journal, which first came out shortly after the end of the Second World War. I will also make a quantitative analysis of the first publishing...
The Chronicle of Town Cheb of Pancras Engelhard of Haselbach. Contribution to the historiography of towns in the early Modern Period.
Kovařík, Tadeáš ; Bobková, Lenka (advisor) ; Zilynská, Blanka (referee)
The present thesis deals with city chronicles from the early Modern period with particular focus on the 1560 chronicle of the city of Cheb by Pancras Engelhard of Haselbach which is an important piece of work for the historiographical tradition of the city. The thesis first focuses on literature and other resources related to the topic. Scientific literature is used to define chronicles as genre with emphasis on city chronicles. There is a brief description of the development of chronicles of the Kingdom of Bohemia from the period before the battle of White Mountain and an overview of the history of chronicles of the town of Zhořelec. Another chapter presents the history of the city of Cheb, its economic background and political position within the Kingdom of Bohemia and the Holy Roman Empire. Furthermore, the development of literature of the city of Cheb in the early Modern period is described. A section on the chronicles of the city of Cheb from the period before the battle of White Mountain follows. Particular attention is paid to the manuscript of the chronicle by Pancras Engelhard of Haselbach and to other manuscripts of this chronicle still in existence. A special chapter is devoted to the illuminations this chronicle contains. The edition of the chronicle by Heinrich Gradl is described, too....

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