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Reverent commemoration of the annihilation of the village Lidice in Kladno Gymnasium
Šonová, Kateřina ; Krátká, Lenka (advisor) ; Vaňous, Jaroslav (referee)
The presented diploma work under the title Reverent commemoration of the annihilation of the village Lidice in Kladno Gymnasium deals primarily with the course of this memorial action and informing grammar school students about historical events which happened on its field. Then it tries to give an idea of problematic of passing the historical awareness to further generations and ways which can lead to this public education. The work also tries to reflect the current situation in informing next generations and its research is grounded in tangible and memorial resources, thus literature and interviews with narrators. It is divided into three explanatory chapters. The introduction part occupies with methodological methods, based on which this one was worked out, research of information sources including available literature, archival or website sources as well as other kinds of backgrounds. It offers a possibility of getting to know a method of oral history, which are the roots of this work, to its reader. It also includes the process in details from picking and addressing the narrators to course of all made interviews, where there were eight of them recorder for the aim of this presented diploma work. The second part reinforces the presented research into its theoretical image. The history of...
The Culture of Memory: The Destiny od Lidice Memorial
Šonová, Kateřina ; Kocian, Jiří (advisor) ; Rak, Jiří (referee)
This Bachelor work, dealing with a topic of Culture of Memory: The Destiny of Lidice Memorial, discusses primarily history of the Memorial built in the area of Lidice tragedy and declining visit rate as well as public interest in this sacred place after 1989. That is divided into four explanation captures. The introduction pays attention to general characterization and history of memorials and monuments, focused on their function and utilization. The second part commemorates history, the act of Lidice destruction in June 1942 itself, including other fates of Lidice inhabitants and also international acclaim caused by that unprecedented Nazi crime. That handles with 10th June 1942 in Lidice, shooting of men, abducting of women and children to Kladno Grammar School and following transport to concentration camps. This chapter further it describes the destiny of Lidice with its survivors after the Second World War. The international reaction immediately after the burning down, gained from those local media sources, belongs to this second part too. The third part devotes to proper history and story of the Memorial. All this commemorates that the Memorial is a component of extensive commemorative area, which completes the sacred zone of former Lidice with the Rose Garden and the Monument of Children. The...

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