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Czechoslovak Red Citadels between Two Wars
Vrba, Jakub ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Spurný, Matěj (referee)
(in English): The thesis focuses on the regional organisation of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSČ) in the Liberec region. In the political system of interwar Czechoslovakia, KSČ was specific in that its members hailed from all local ethnic groups. It was therefore, above all, the local Germans who formed the major part of the Liberec organisation. In the 1920s in some districts within the region, KSČ received up to one third of all votes cast, while throughout the 1930s, its support diminished rapidly in favour of the Sudetendeutsche Partei (SdP). The thesis seeks to clarify the causes of this sudden drop. It identifies as one of the major factors the mutually contradictory identities which were being formed within the local branch of the movement, i.e. the communist, the German and the Czechoslovak identity. These three came into alignment, to a certain degree, only shortly before the Munich Agreement with the emergence of a communist Czechoslovak narrative established on a supraethnic basis. The study also takes note of the developments in the KSČ headquarters in Prague as these had significant impact on the peripheral Liberec organization and further places the problem within the context of the First Czechoslovak Republic and its society. The policies and politics of the central...
The elections in the České Budějovice region in 1946 and 1948, comparison from the perspective of economic and social history
VÁLKOVÁ, Jana
This thesis deals with the situation in the České Budějovice region after World War II. from 1945 1948. It is focused on the post-war economical and social situation of the region and on the elections in 1946 and 1948. In the first part, the state of post-war Czechoslovakia in 1945 1948 is described. This part deals especially with economical and social development of Czechoslovakia. It describes the establishment of the National Front of the Czechs and Slovaks and its the system of its working. And portrays the allowed political parties (the communists, national socialists, social democrats and the People's Party) a their programmes. The second part introduces the České Budějovice region in the 20 th century. It deals with the postwar difficulties of econimical and social situation of the region, especially the transfer of the German population. The third part is focused on the elections. It describes election order of the Third Republic and deals with the elections' results a compares them with the results in Bohemia. And pursues the possible cause of these results.
The History of Bukovec from the 18th to the Half of the 19th Century
Pola, Martin ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Chládek, Oldřich (referee)
The topic of the master thesis is the history of the village of Bukovec near Horšovský Týn, beginning with the early 18th century to the half of 19th century. The timeframe was chosen on the one hand with the consideration to the already written history of the village until the late 17th century, while the other boundary was defined by the revolutionary year of 1848, which brought major changes in the functioning of municipalities and their governments. Bukovec was a part of the large Trauttmansdorffs' dominion with its centre in Horšovský Týn throughout the specified period. It was also the seat of the parish: The analysis of manor and parish documents allows largely understand the social and economic ties within the village, and outline its historical development in the described period. Keywords Bukovec, manor of Horšovský Týn, parish of Bukovec, social history, economic history, microhistory
The Bodybuilding Movement and Revolution: The Social History of Physicality in Czechoslovakia
Šabek, Jiří ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Pullmann, Michal (referee)
The thesis tries to process a topic of bodybuilding phenomenon in the wider context of the ideal body formation in modern age. Bodybuilding is understood as a specific socio-cultural phenomenon closely tied to a modern society and its historical development. Beyond the bodybuilding the work also deals with an analysis of the contemporary social body theory with focus on the domestic discourse and subsequently also with an analysis of discursive formation modern physicality from the Enlightenment till the 20th century. The main focus is put on the understanding of changes characteristic for the modern society in context of the modernisation project continuity. The objective is to describe a history of bodybuilding within the outlined process of modernization, as well as to compare various alternative conception of the ideal of physicality in the "Fordism Modernity", where a special attention is focused on the analysis of bio political discourse in Communist dictatorship. The remaining part processes a historical development of the bodybuilding movement in Czechoslovakia, where the main emphasis is put on placing the Czechoslovakia bodybuilding into the postulated concept, including individual historical events. Key words: Social history; Bodybuilding; Social Theory; History of the Body; Subculture;...
History of brewing in Velké Popovice
Čelikovský, Kamil ; Čechura, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Scholz, Stefan (referee)
This bachelor thesis explores the beginnings of beer brewing industry in the village of Velké Popovice. The crucial part of the thesis dedicated to the brewery is preceded by a brief analysis of the relevant literature. The following section outlines the development of beer brewing since its coming to existence in the global context and in the Czech lands, with special attention dedicated to the crown cities, nobility, the guild system and periods of crisis. The core of the thesis focuses first on the history of Velké Popovice and is continued by the history of the brewery since the first mention of its existence in the 16th century written sources. Then it scrutinizes the historical periods of changing ownership until the founding of the current brewery by František Ringhoffer in 1874. Attention is also paid to the cultural and historical influence of the premonstratensians and the benedictines on the pre-industrial beer brewing, cultural and historical development of the whole estate, as well as their influence on the economic and social structure of the inhabitants.
Borough landed estate of Sušice. From borough villages to abolition of corvee and its results
Lhoták, Jan ; Maur, Eduard (advisor) ; Petráň, Josef (referee) ; Knoz, Tomáš (referee)
Jan Lhoták Borough landed estate of Sušice. From borough villages to abolition of corvee and its results (abstract) The aim of this doctoral thesis lies in its contribution to a complex problem of economic development of Czech landowning towns in the post-White Mountain period. The research is focused on a selected problem of town feudalisation, i. e. analysis of the importance as well as extent of their seignorial activities. Czech historiography has dealt with such a topic rather marginally, because towns used to be understood as a strange element in feudal environment, which on the contrary created conditions for social modernisation. Aristocratic (chamber) or church landed estates used to be studied as a matter of priority. Introductory chapter balances current research on the topic of borough landed estates. General survey of the research in Western Europe is presented first. Seignorial ambitions of towns are part and parcel of a vast outlined study of mutual relation between the town and the country. The topic has already been applicated in archaeology and medievistics. For the Early Modern period the research has been fragmented between agrarian and urban history, the methods of which approach the topic with various results (above all the work of Adolf Zeman about Pilsen and Rokycany in the 18th...
Radicalization of Prague Students in the 1930s
Müller, Jiří
This thesis deals with the transformation of social and political behavior of Prague students in the 1930's. The work follows the requirements and expectations of students. Their unfulfilled view reveals the dissatisfaction of students, which led to the escalation of student clear-cut political and social views. The thirties brought in a student movement onset of extreme nationalist, but also left-wing tendencies of both the Czech and the German side. The work is based on the documents of student faculty associations, the student journals and memoir texts. The aim is to analyze, against whom was directed the dissatisfaction of students, which ideas had students about the proper organization of the state and society, what were the differences in political and social thought between the faculties and student groups and how were students percieved by society. Work is also interested in what influence on stduents movement had the clash Czech, German and Jewish students in Prague. How was influenced the students thinking of their social status and how identified the individual student associations. The work aims to contribute to the completion of the image of interwar czechoslovak society.
Ideological Influencing in the Czechoslovak Children's Magazines of the 1970s
Vondráčková, Kateřina ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Pullmann, Michal (referee)
(in English): The aim of this thesis is to characterize ideological influence on the Mateřídouška magazine's pages in years between 1969-1979. The stress is laid down on the reader and their right to have a proper childhood in the period of so-called "normalization". I tried to solve the problem by analysing the previous evolution of the magazine and a consecutive analysis of given period's selected volumes. The research did show that Mateřídouška does place a great stress on tradition and it is necessary to evaluate it as a whole unit. Despite the outstanding return to the real socialism the ideology does assume a specific form. On the basis of discovered facts we can characterize this form in a more precise way and present a picture that children could have seen and read on the pages of Mateřídouška. Klíčová slova (anglicky): Czechoslovakia, social history, period of normalization, propaganda, ideology, children's magazine, Mateřídouška, fairy tale, childhood
The Czechoslovak Ice Hockey Team in Years 1945 - 1969
Švepešová, Alena ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Lomíček, Jan (referee)
My Diploma aims to show how political decisions in international context affected sport in Czechoslovakia. By putting events in context it is essential to illustrate the popularity of ice hockey in Bohemia and Czechoslovakia. The purpose of the thesis is to truthfully describe the important milestones of the Czechoslovak ice hockey based on the oral history, archival sources and periodicals. As sport can be perceived as a mirror of the society, it is possible to show how the Czechoslovak society changed from 1945 up to 1969. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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