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Resettlement of Sedlčany region after WWII
Pištěk, Lukáš ; Hnilica, Jiří (advisor) ; Koura, Petr (referee)
The aim of this work is to address the problems of returning inhabitants of Sedlčansko from exile and to bring this issue into context of development (1945-1950) of the named territory. In particular, primary (archive) sources are used in the thesis, on which bachelor thesis is based. KEYWORDS Sedlčany, Sedlčany region, WWII., life in Sedlčany region 1945-1950, elections 1946, the beginning of collectivization
Expulsion of Sudetes Germans in 20th century literary fiction
Vrbatová, Lenka ; Píšová, Ina (advisor) ; Kubíček, Tomáš (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with literary depiction of expulsion of Sudetes Germans in the Czech fiction of the second half of the 20th century. Based on analysis of five novels it describes the influence of the period political ideology shaping the literary depiction of the Germans, the boarder areas of Czechoslovakia, the act of explusion itself, as well as Czech national identity across more than six decades.
Forgotten concentration camp in Nová Role contemporary chronicles
The aim of the thesis is the detailed treatment of the subject work camp for prisoners from all over Europe, which was located on the outskirts of New Role. The work illuminates the history of the concentration camp prisoners' lives, compared with life in the present and the establishment of other cities. I analyze in this thesis the testimony of prisoners and copies of reports and written testimony from concentration camp. The work is based on numerous literature documents Nová Role's natives and chronicles, which will explain the existence of this camp.
The History of a Parish Stará Říše in the First Half of 20th Century
Veselá, Anna ; Kubín, Petr (advisor) ; Šmíd, Marek (referee)
This thesis describes the transformation of a parish life in Stará Říše in the context of historical events of the first half of the 20th century. This historical period represents the parish at the beginning of the new millennium, in the reflection of the first world war, a more peaceful period of the First Republic, then the 2nd World War and finally shows the changes brought by the new politico-economic structure of society. This thesis also focuses on the development of the parish under the patronage of the nearby Premonstratensian monastery in Nová Říše, under whose administration the parish always historically belonged. Finally, the attention is paid to the personality of Josef Florian, who is widely known for his publishing activities. His Publisher attracted many artists and writers into Stará Říše, on the other hand, his point of views became a source of disagreement between him, local people and monastery.
The Betrayal of Anne Frank
Donátová, Tereza ; Kubátová, Hana (advisor) ; Šmidrkal, Václav (referee)
This thesis focuses on the story of Anne Frank, her friends and family and how they were reported to the authorities, which resulted in their imprisonment in concentration camps and eventually death. The thesis includes an analysis and summary of information on possible traitors. In the thesis introduction, I am presenting information about police inspection of the Frank's family and friend's case, which was done in several stages. The paper is divided into three parts. The intention of the first part is to explain the situation in the Netherlands during the World War II., for both Jewish and non-Jewish citizens. There are informations about the low survival rate of the Jews in the Netherlands and I am also posing a question if in this case we can speak of guilt or innocence of the entire Dutch nation at that time. In the second part, we will find details about Anne Frank's family, about their life in Germany and their escape to the Netherlands, about their life before the war and during the war, first free and later in hiding. The third part contains information about possible traitors, theories that have arisen around these names and the most recent point of view on those historical events. In the thesis conclusion, I am summarizing the information from several authors and I am considering the...
The Influence of Political Systems and Ideologies on the National Theatre Ballet in Prague in the 20th Century
Routková, Kateřina ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eva (referee)
Název v anglickém jazyce: The Influence of Political Systems and Ideologies on the National Theatre Ballet in Prague in the 20th Century The subject of the Thesis is the influence of political systems and ideologies on the National Theatre Ballet in Prague. The period of research spans mainly from the theatre season 1923/1924, when Remislav Remislavský was appointed the post of ballet master and choreographer, to the season 1989/1990, when Vlastimil Harapes assumed the post of the ensemble's chief. Two main periods are underlined: the period of World War II and the subsequent period of the Communist Party government after 1948. Persons of interest are mainly the bosses of ballet company for example Jelizaveta Nikolská, Joe Jenčík, Saša Machov or Jiří Němeček st. and others, but also soloists, and the repertoire of the ballet corps. This thesis is a scope of the evolution of ballet of National theatre in concern of political changes in 20th century.
Czechoslovak-Hungarian relations in 1945-1948
Kőrösová, Elizabeth ; Kolmanová, Simona (advisor) ; Pejša, Robert (referee)
The main objective of this work is to analyze the Czechoslovak-Hungarian relations in the period 1945-1948, especially in terms of the political and ethnic development in both countries. After the end of the Second World War Czechoslovakia got to the side of the victorious countries, while Hungary found themselves among the defeated states. Hungary, in a reflection of the Czechoslovak policy bore its responsibility for conflicts such as those associated with the Vienna arbitration in 1938, and conflicts associated with belonging to the Hungarian national minority to Czechoslovakia. To the forefront of the Czechoslovak- Hungarian relations has gotten the solution of minority issues which were dealt by Košice government program and by decrees of the President Edvard Beneš. Czechoslovak-Hungarian relations began to become sharper at the bilateral level, and because of other side-effects - involuntary deportation of the Hungarian minority populations, prepared and negotiated exchange of population, transfer to the forced labor on the Czech border, forced reslovakization of Hungarian minority living in Czechoslovakia. The gradual normalization of these relations occured at a bilateral (international) level in the first years of the consolidation of the people's democratic regimes in the context of...
Life of Jiří Havelka
Vašáková, Alžběta ; Županič, Jan (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Michaela (referee)
This bachelor thesis describes a life of Jiří Havelka from his birth in Russia, through his involvement in protectorate government under the ensuing premierships of Rudolf Beran and Alois Eliáš. The chronological structure of the analysis terminates with Havelka's sentence issued by the National Court in 1947 and the rest of his life in Hostomice pod Brdy. Special consideration is given not only to Havelka's governmental activity and links to the resistance, which to date remains generally unknown by the wider, but also to his accounts and observations from the Pankrác penitentiary, where he was held in custody till late 1941, and his subsequent imprisonment. Powered by TCPDF (

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