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The Prague - from the provincial city of the monarchy into the capitol of the new republic. The progress of the logistic support of the town in years 1913-1952
Drnek, Kryštof ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Jásek, Jaroslav (referee)
The Prague's evolution into capitol of the new republic is divided into three stages, split by two wars. The progress of the city begun deep in the era of the Austria-Hungary imperium - in the middle of the 19th century, when the new town council was elected from czech townsman upper classes. It led into the process started with series of construction and administration projects. The city was upgraded with new bridges, railwaystations. On the place of the fortified walls, which were cancelled in the year 1866, shortly after Prussian-Austrian war, was quickly built piles of houses that bound inner Prague with it's suburbs. The administration were trying to connect the Prague's suburbs with the inner city but only few of them this procesess accepted. The foursome of the inner satellites (Žižkov, Karlín, Královské Vinohrady and Smíchov363) this projects declined and until the World War I remained on their own. Building of the logistic sites city underwent from the middle of the 19th century. First two logistic sites, the water supply system and the sewer system, were ancient systems supplying the city from the Middle Age. As the city was growing, the systems weren't able to maintain their main purposes, so the town council took action to rebuild them to prevent huge hygienic damages. The water supply system...
The history of Prague administration of water-supply ingineering in the interwar period
Drnek, Kryštof ; Štaif, Jiří (advisor) ; Jásek, Jaroslav (referee)
The administration of Prague`s waterworks was one part of the citie`s main administration. It was organized into three parts, which had their own agenda. The parts were: the Executive council of the public waterworks, the Waterworks office XIII and the Office of the public waterworks and the 11th department (Waterworks authority). In general, the administration and offices was bound to the imperial era, which had ended by the first world war. The roots of the republic`s offices laid in the year 1888, when the Executive council of the public waterworks and the Water office was found. In year 1889 was found the Waterworks office XIII and the Office of the public waterworks but its agenda was unknown. The Water office was transformed into the 5th department in year 1904 and finally in year 1922 into the 11th department (Waterworks authority). The Executive council of the public waterworks was the main administration center of prague`s waterworks or I think so. It is hard to tell where the truth lay because there is no documents which demostrate the real situation in the administration. But the clues says that the Executive council of the public waterworks was the administration`s head. Its members were voted in the elections and they were also members of the citie`s council. In my opinion the Executive council...
The history of Prague administration of water-supply ingineering in the interwar period
Drnek, Kryštof ; Jásek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Štaif, Jiří (advisor)
The administration of Prague`s waterworks was one part of the citie`s main administration. It was organized into three parts, which had their own agenda. The parts were: the Executive council of the public waterworks, the Waterworks office XIII and the Office of the public waterworks and the 11th department (Waterworks authority). In general, the administration and offices was bound to the imperial era, which had ended by the first world war. The roots of the republic`s offices laid in the year 1888, when the Executive council of the public waterworks and the Water office was found. In year 1889 was found the Waterworks office XIII and the Office of the public waterworks but its agenda was unknown. The Water office was transformed into the 5th department in year 1904 and finally in year 1922 into the 11th department (Waterworks authority). The Executive council of the public waterworks was the main administration center of prague`s waterworks or I think so. It is hard to tell where the truth lay because there is no documents which demostrate the real situation in the administration. But the clues says that the Executive council of the public waterworks was the administration`s head. Its members were voted in the elections and they were also members of the citie`s council. In my opinion the Executive council...
The Prague - from the provincial city of the monarchy into the capitol of the new republic. The progress of the logistic support of the town in years 1913-1952
Drnek, Kryštof ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Jásek, Jaroslav (referee)
The Prague's evolution into capitol of the new republic is divided into three stages, split by two wars. The progress of the city begun deep in the era of the Austria-Hungary imperium - in the middle of the 19th century, when the new town council was elected from czech townsman upper classes. It led into the process started with series of construction and administration projects. The city was upgraded with new bridges, railwaystations. On the place of the fortified walls, which were cancelled in the year 1866, shortly after Prussian-Austrian war, was quickly built piles of houses that bound inner Prague with it's suburbs. The administration were trying to connect the Prague's suburbs with the inner city but only few of them this procesess accepted. The foursome of the inner satellites (Žižkov, Karlín, Královské Vinohrady and Smíchov363) this projects declined and until the World War I remained on their own. Building of the logistic sites city underwent from the middle of the 19th century. First two logistic sites, the water supply system and the sewer system, were ancient systems supplying the city from the Middle Age. As the city was growing, the systems weren't able to maintain their main purposes, so the town council took action to rebuild them to prevent huge hygienic damages. The water supply system...

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