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Publicly held opinions of Josef Kliment in the interwar period
Heidenreich, Jiří ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Šedivý, Ivan (referee)
The topic of this bachelor's thesis is the work of doc. Josef Kliment (1901-1978) and his opinions presented during the twenty-year period of the Czechoslovak (1918- 1938) and Czecho-Slovak (1938-1939) Republics. Josef Kliment, a lawyer, historian of the law, pedagogue and publicist, became an infamous figure in the protectorate's presidential office, who was repeatedly accused of collaboration and active pro- German agitation. But what were Kliment's publicly presented views before this period? Did he really hold positions that we could call undemocratic or anti-regime during the time of the free republic? Through the analysis of Kliment's activity, especially the publishing one, the submitted work will try to answer these questions. The work is primarily based on the analysis of newspaper articles and materials from Josef Kliment's personal collection, stored in the Archives of the National Museum. The most widely represented periodical, in which Josef Kliment also published most often, was Demokratický střed, from which the author of this work also drew the most often. Other sources can be named, for example, Národní politika, Studentský obzor, Všehrd, or Národní listy. His smaller works, studies and, in addition, Kliment's correspondence were also used. For a comprehensive treatment of the set...
"I am willing to be of service untill there are enough youth...." - the work of Hugo Vavrečka in the Czechoslovak diplomacy between 1919 and 1932.
Melša, Marek ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Šedivý, Ivan (referee)
The subject of the presented thesis is the diplomatic career of Hugo Vavrečka. The thesis attempts to describe how he entered the Czechoslovak foreign service through his anabasis in Trieste and his expert role at the Paris Peace Conference. The emphasis is placed on his political reports and all his activities during his diplomatic missions to Hamburg, Budapest and Vienna in the context of international relations. The research material has mainly been drawn from primary archival sources, contemporary periodicals and scientific literature.
Czechoslovak Tourism in Socialist Yugoslavia. Institutions, Imaginations and Reality.
Jelínek, Martin ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Rychlík, Jan (referee)
International tourism has become a common part of human life. This phenomenon, originating in the modernization of society in the 19th century, has undergone a complex and long development. From its initial stages, when it was reserved for high society, through the understanding of its economic potential for the modern state and economy, to the final massification of international tourism in the second half of the 20th century. In a bipolar world, the specifics of the development of international tourism are shown with respect to which side of the Iron Curtain this tourism is developing on. A special example is if the development takes place somewhere on the border of both blocks. Czechoslovak tourism heading to Yugoslavia is a good example of blending the Eastern approach to traveling abroad with a specific model of the Yugoslav perspective on the phenomenon of tourism. Czech and Slovak tourists have been regular guests since the 19th century, heading precisely to the countries that made up the Yugoslav state. The presented work deals with how the institutionalization of Czechoslovak tourism in socialist Yugoslavia developed and was anchored, i.e. which institutions and in what way they ensured tourism, how and with which institutions on the Yugoslav side they were forced to cooperate and how this...
Reflection of women's suffrage in the daily press from the founding of the Czechoslovak Republic to the first parliamentary elections
Sazimová, Terezie ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Šedivý, Ivan (referee)
The topic of the bachelor's thesis is women's suffrage and its reflection in the Czechoslovak daily press in the period from the establishment of the independent Czechoslovak state to the important milestone of the first parliamentary elections. Women fought for their voting rights several years before the founding of Czechoslovakia, and only its creation enabled them to speak into political life through the ballot, parliamentary mandate or membership in the municipal council. Some women even sat as deputies in the Revolutionary National Assembly in November 1918. Women's suffrage was thus not only a new democratic element, but at the same time women became potential voters and members of political parties. Not only party newspapers had to reflect this fact. Therefore, the aim of the work is to determine in what ways different party and independent periodicals reacted and approached the issue of women's active and passive suffrage within the monitored period. The text of the thesis will be based mainly on the Czech party press of the strongest Czechoslovak political parties - the Republican Party of the Czechoslovak Countryside, the Czechoslovak Socialist Party, the Czechoslovak Social Democratic Labor Party, the Czechoslovak People's Party and the Czechoslovak National Democratic Party. In...
The so-called "operation Kulak" in the district Vysoke Myto
Hájková, Adéla ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Stehlík, Michal (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the "Kulak" action, which was carried out by the State Security in Czechoslovakia in 1951-1953 as part of the collectivization of agriculture. Using micro- history, it focuses on the region of Vysoké Mýto and the fate of the local farmers, who were forcibly evicted with their entire families and their property was confiscated. The first chapters of the work look at the whole issue of displacement on a general scale. They consider the overall situation of the Czechoslovak People's Democratic Republic, its process of collectivization, the creation of the United Agricultural Cooperatives, and the state of the laws at the time that enabled these processes. After presenting the context and general information, the chapters focus on their specific impact, using the example of the municipality of Stradouň. Five so-called family units were evicted from this village, i.e., the farmer and all those who shared a household with him. All five family units were taken on the same day 18 April 1952, to the district of Roudnice nad Labem. The work is based on archive materials and specialist literature. Keywords: Collectivization - kulak - district Vysoke Myto - United Agricultural Cooperative - people's courts
Czechoslovak Exile Scouting in England 1939-1945
Kurusová, Lucie ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
This bachelor's thesis depicts the form of Czechoslovak Scouting in exile in England in the years 1939-1945. One of the main aims of this thesis is to find out the role of the English exile in the history of the Czech Scouting movement, including the development of membership and the progress or regression of the organisation Junák - Svaz skautů a skautek RČS. Other questions are the relationship of the exile scout organization to the Czechoslovak government in exile or a form of contact and possible cooperation with other youth organisations in exile. The protagonist of the Czechoslovak exile scout activities was Velen Fanderlik, so most of the sources are related to him. Apart from the activities of the exile scouts and their relationship with the exile environment, the thesis also deals with the context of the Czechoslovak Scouting before the Second World War and the formation of Rover scout groups in military units.
The function, importance and experience of the music sections of the Czechoslovak Legion in Russia on the example of regimental music of the 1st Cz. Rifle Regiment "Jan Hus"
Drábek, Tomáš ; Šedivý, Ivan (advisor) ; Čechurová, Jana (referee)
(in English): This thesis deals with the topic of the music bands of the Czechoslovak Legionnaires in Russia between 1914 and 1920. Emphasis is placed on the music band of the "Jan Hus" 1st Czechoslovak Rifle Regiment, which in the present research serves as a representative of the other forms of regimental musics. The text focuses on describing the basic facts of how musical ensembles of this kind worked, but it also describes their importance for the army, the experience of the legionary musicians themselves, and the way in which the legionary bands dealt with the impact of two cultural influences - the Austro-Hungarian one, which was close to most legionaries from their pre-war life, and the Russian one, which the musicians were exposed to during their time abroad.
The battlecruiser of Danube: Warship President Masaryk during first Czechoslovak Republic
Duben, Petr ; Šedivý, Ivan (advisor) ; Čechurová, Jana (referee)
Main theme of the thesis is czechoslovak warship President Masaryk in the period 1930-1938. The thesis is divided to three chapters. The first chapter targets shipbuilding. The second chapter focuses on service of the ship and its crew, also it compares with contemporary river warships. The third chapter is dedicated to civilian reception of the warship through newspapers and statements by military officials.
"Hej, holalá, skaut má nahá kolena" or scouting in the interwar period
Jiráň, Jan ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Balík, Stanislav (referee) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
This dissertation focuses on history of czech scouting from its foundation in 1911 and 1912 to the first ban in 1940 by Nazis. It focus not only on the history of current scout organisation Junák - český but also to other contemporary important associations. On the example of several topics study how was symbolic capitl in czech sociaty and how changend perspective of the scouting during 30 years of scouts aktivity. To the researched topics belongs relationship of czech scouts tu public, army, nation or czech scouts aktivity in borderland of Czechoslovakia republic.
JUDr Jiří Branžovský. A political portrait of a modern Czech nationalist
Beroun, Zdeněk ; Šebek, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Čechurová, Jana (referee) ; Rataj, Jan (referee)
The dissertation submitted aims at forming a political portrait of JUDr Jiří Branžovský (1898-1955), an important representative of the extreme right-wing political scene during the so called First Czechoslovak Republic. We can trace back his public activities already from the outset of 1920s when he engaged in the students' academic fellowships. He belonged to the founders of the nationalist club of Reds- and-Whites. What inscribed him to the historical awareness, was his prominent membership of The National Fascists' Community. He operated as their lawyer in the fellow position of their president, Radola Gajda. He sat on the highest Party bodies, he participated in the editorial board of the Fascist press, as well. Standing as a candidate of The National Fascists' Community, he was elected a member of the National Parliament, in 1935. Side by side with his mandate performance, there were protracted quarrels with the Party leaders, though. During the Nazi occupation, he enter into contact with the resistance movement. In April 1943, he was arrested by Gestapo and imprisoned till the end of War; at first in the Little Fortress Terezín, later in the Buchenwald and Dachau concentration camps. By the liberation, he returned to his civil profession, soon after the February 1948 he fell into disgrace. He...

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