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Hlučín Soldiers in the Wehrmacht - Conflicting Narrative in the Czech Culture of Remembrance
Fojtíková, Anežka ; Mikulová, Soňa (advisor) ; Kochnowski, Roman (referee)
This thesis examines the public manifestations of the culture of remembrance of WWII in the Hlučín Region, with an emphasis on the commemorations of the fallen local soldiers fighting in the Wehrmacht. The aim of the thesis is to describe the public commemorations of WWII in the Hlučín Region, and to examine the relation between the regional and the mainstream Czech narrative. The core difference between the narratives arises from the fact that the Hlučín residents took part in WWII on the side of the Germans. I investigate the means used in the commemorations, as well as who initiates, organizes and finances the commemorations and what are the motivations of the commemorations' participants. Among the means, I focus on the analyses of the memorials and graves of the fallen soldiers, as well as on acts of piety. I concentrate on the period after the Velvet Revolution, when the particular narrative of the Hlučín Region ceased to be a taboo. In the first chapter I present the terms, theoretical concepts and methodology of the research. The second chapter deals with the history of the Hlučín Region and the identity of its inhabitants. In the third chapter I outline the Czech narrative of WWII during the communist regime and after 1989. The fourth chapter presents the results of my research of the...
Max Brod as an intermdiary of the Czech drama to the German-speaking audience. A reception of the Czech theatre in the articles of Max Brod in journals Prager Abendblatt and Prager Tagblatt from 1921 to 1939
Fojtíková, Anežka ; Zelená, Alena (advisor) ; Kučera, Rudolf (referee)
The bachelor thesis on the topic Max Brod as an intermediary of the Czech drama to the German-speaking audience. A reception of the Czech theatre in the articles of Max Brod in journals Prager Abendblatt and Prager Tagblatt from 1921 to 1939 focuses on the reviews of Max Brod through which he strived to present the Czech drama to the German audience. The thesis examines the motivation of Brod in this regard, the form and the content of his reviews and also aims to contribute to the discussion about the blending of language and national spheres in Prague during the era of the First Czechoslovak Republic. Brod's activities as an intermediary is first put into the context of the coexistence of Czechs and Germans from the historical perspective of the First Czechoslovak Republic and their cultural interaction. The thesis also gives an overview about the Prague German literature, the German-speaking press and about the Prague theatre. The second chapter presents the personality of Max Brod and his interest in the Czech culture. Next, based on the secondary literature, Brod's theatrical reviews are characterized. The thesis highlights their political dimension as well as their evolution in the 1930s after the onset of the Nazi party in Germany. In the last chapter, three specific articles of Brod about...

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