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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...
Reflection of Polish armed forces by the Czechoslovak state agencies in 1919-1939
Plaček, Jan ; Šedivý, Ivan (advisor) ; Rychlík, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the reflection of the Polish armed forces by the Czechoslovak state authorities between 1918 and 1939. Its aim is to find out what and why the Czechoslovak authorities were interested in and then how the reflection took place. This is achieved by researching primary sources against the background of the development of Czechoslovak- Polish relations. The thesis is divided into three main chronological chapters. In each of them, the context of Czechoslovak-Polish relations or other contemporary realities is first presented, and afterwards the reflection on the Polish armed forces is also given.
Czech bearers of the Order of Maria Theresa in 1914-1918
Lipold, Kryštof ; Županič, Jan (advisor) ; Šedivý, Ivan (referee)
Presented bachelor's thesis The Czech holders of the Order of Maria Theresa in the years 1914- 1918 aims to map the life of soldiers who were born in the Czech lands and who were awarded the highest military decoration of the Austro-Hungarian Empire during the First World War. In addition to identifying the acts for which they were awarded the order, the thesis also examines how these soldiers experienced their integration into the new Czechoslovak Republic.
"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.
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...
Reception of the Prussian-Austrian war of 1866 in the memories of contemporary actors
Brtková, Klára ; Šedivý, Ivan (advisor) ; Hlavačka, Milan (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to analyze the war experience of the Austro-Prussian War by researching memoirs of the contemporary participants. The research is focused on the experience originating from the northern battlefront, particularly on that from the Czech lands and the western part of present-day Slovakia. Based on the selected sources views this bachelor thesis the events through the eyes of the participants themselves. The war itself and its components as well as the perception of danger, injury, death, other people around the author and the perception of oneself as a soldier or a civilian and one's role among other phenomenons are adressed. Historical Anthropology and New Military History constitute the methodological basis of this work. The primary sources of this bachelor thesis constitute of memoirs from both Prussian and mainly Austrian or Czech military as well as civilian participants. Authors of these ego-documents, which had been largely published in print, rank among the lower or middle class. The sources were processed by the use of textual analysis with occasional application of comparative method. Due to a large number of available sources the topic is processed as a case study. It was concluded that the contemporary participants' experiences were very diverse, which...
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.
Bombing of Protectorate territory by Allied troops in 1945 in the context of ideological struggle in 1945-2015
Soukup, Vladimír ; Šedivý, Ivan (advisor) ; Michela, Miroslav (referee)
SOUKUP, Vladimir: Bombing of Protectorate territory by Allied troops in 1945 in the context of the post-war ideological struggle in 1945-2015. [Bachelor thesis]. - Charles University in Prague. Faculty of Philosophy: Institute of Czech History. - Head of work: Prof. PhDr. Ivan Šedivý CSc. Level of professional qualification: Bachelor. Prague FFUK, 2023. The aim of this final work is to map the view of the period media on the Allied air raids of 1945, carried out by Soviet and American bombers on the territory of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moray and then to compel its transformation into socialist and post-socialist era. The work consists of 7 chapters in total, with the first devoted to the premise for the emergence of ideological-information warfare in subsequent periods, the seventh dedicated to summarizing the findings on the case of Hrotovice. The other 5 chapters then analyze the content of the articles and their interpretation during the socialist era in Czechoslovakia and the post-socialist era in the Czech Republic.
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.
Josef Redlich, liberal scholar in the times of crisis
Koluch, Petr Vilém ; Šedivý, Ivan (referee)
This thesis covers the personality of Josef Redlich, a university professor and a member of the House of Deputies of the Imperial Austro-Hungarian Council representing Moravia, who was appointed the Austrian Minister of Finance at difficult times. His extensive estate allows us to understand the Austrian society and follow its social transformation. The purpose of the research project focused on Josef Redlich is to provide a comprehensive analysis of social phenomena in the years 1848-1918, which led to the disintegration of the monarchy and the establishment of individual republican states. The thesis comprises three story lines. The first part of the thesis, conceived from the perspective of cultural history, seeks to find a link between the birth of the modernist movement and the rise and fall of the liberal regime in Austria- Hungary. It describes the rise of the bourgeois class, the Jewish patriarchy and the Redlichs, a South Moravian business family, together with the story of Josef Redlich. It also presents the relation of bourgeoisie to art and its role of the bearer of cultural and social transformation in the 19th century. Based on the study of the results of Austrian researchers and recognised personalities from the field of cultural history, the thesis aims to introduce social changes...

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