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Glassmaking in Jablonec during the second half of the 19th century and early 20th century (with regard to the social-economic and technological development)
Bareš, Jiří ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Efmertová, Marcela (referee) ; Čechura, Jaroslav (referee)
Glass work is one of such branches, which affected the regional development and general character of not only Jablonec region, but also the whole N othern Czechia. The very inception of glass work in this region is strongly connected with German collonisation. People,who came to this Czech border area, were originally from relatively crowded German regions. Such suitable natural conditions as e. g. deep forests, mountain rivers, it all made glass work possible. On this base, metallurgy followed by glass workshops, especially centred on abrasive technologies. In Nothern Czechia, there are vety exhausting climate conditions; the soil bonity is very poor as well. These facts influenced the economic structure and activities of its inhabitants. All mentioned factors made people not only to work in glass industry, but also in textile workshops. It means, they worked in the two most important economic branches of N othern Czechia. Prom the turn of the 18th and 19th century, key changes in glass work came into being in that time in Jizerské hory region. This period was characterised by the system of distributed manufacture, based on protoindustrialisation. A wide range of goods started to be produced here. It has an umbrella term "Jablonec goods", involving many sorts of fine and utilitarian products made mostly...
Political and economical development of selected COMECON countries in the seventies and eighties
Szobi, Pavel ; Stellner, František (advisor) ; Jakubec, Ivan (referee)
The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (Comecon) was an organization which was founded much more because of political than economic reasons. During the first years of its existence it was a soviet power instrument to control the economics of the Eastern Europe and later it became a middle o so called socialist economic integration. The most important part in it played the German Democratic Republic and Czechoslovakia, countries with the best developed industry in the soviet bloc. Their economies supported less developed allied countries and lastly also the Third world countries which assumed the idea of communism. Often comparisons of the Comecon to the West European integration caused that the Eastern bloc tried to establish cooperation with the European Economic Community and to imitate its success. But an analysis has shown the pointlessness of these attempts. The Eastern bloc wasn't able to reform its institution for an economic integration and the downfall of totalitarian regimes automatically leaded to the Comecon decline.
Transformation of the mill trade in Sedlčany region between 1848 and 1938
Janotová, Šárka ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Efmertová, Marcela (referee) ; Doležal, Daniel (referee)
The aim of the doctoral thesis is to describe the development trends of the transformation of miller's trade into modern miller's industry on the example of the judicial district Sedlčany in years 1848-1938. Miller's trade has been influenced by many technological changes, which were already described in the past. The legislative changes based on the economic and political climate, which have yet been ignored, are also essential. These changes had a crucial influence not only on the status of mills, but also on the status of millers. The thesis is divided in three time periods, in which the frame of the state formation and also the Sedlčany district itself were taken into account.
Strategic role of the Military Department of the Charles University during the Cold War
Houška, Karel ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Jančík, Drahomír (referee)
(in English) The main focus of this work is on the Military Department of Charles University during the Cold War. The thesis deals with military training and the Military Department of Charles University, functioning as an organic part of this university in the years 1951-1990, which ensured the implementation of military training. Functionally, VKUK fell within the competence of the Military Department (Military Department) of the Ministry of Education. Furthermore, the work deals with its strategic role, namely the preparation of future members of CSA and CSLA during the so-called Cold War. Among the partial topics of this work, we can mention the artistic representations of the character of the literary and film legacy of this department by former graduates and the role of ČSLA in a possible war conflict.
The National Theatre in Prague during the Nazi Occupation: The Foremost Theatre Scene between Oppression and Resistance. (A Historical-sociological Analysis)
Prázný, Rudolf ; Šubrt, Jiří (advisor) ; Jakubec, Ivan (referee) ; Šalanda, Bohuslav (referee)
The National Theatre in Prague during the Nazi Occupation: The Foremost Theatre Scene between Oppression and Resistance. (A Historical-sociological Analysis) ABSTRACT The submitted dissertation, based on historical-sociological analysis, describes and explains the status, reaction and functionality of the National Theatre in Prague during the hardest times of our modern history - the occupation of the Czech lands by Nazi Germany, the so-called Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (1939-1945), the era when the National Theatre, as the top cultural institution, consolidated its artistry, its permanent values and interpretation efforts of its ensemble to defend the right of our society to preserve its own culture, its own existence. The principal objective of this work is to analyze methods and techniques by means of which the National Theatre in Prague, in line with its audience, steadily faced critical situations caused by the Nazi occupation. Among key factors in this process were the acts of Czech theatre performers proving their bravery as they put their work careers and even their own lives at risk to help guide our nation towards awareness and determination not to relinquish the nation's sovereignty. The Nazis viewed the National Theatre in Prague as a potential instrument for fulfilling their plans...
Perpectives and limitations of the economic development of the region Čadca in the interwar period
Hrtus, Martin Dominik ; Štolleová, Barbora (advisor) ; Jakubec, Ivan (referee)
The following bachelor thesis studies the industrial development of the "Čadca district" between the years 1918 and 1939. It is brought to the broader context of the interwar Czechoslovakia while attepting to find manifestations of greater industrial cycles and modernization processes in terms of this region specifics as an economically benighted area for which almost total absence of industry and raw materials sources is characteristic. The sources of information for the thesis are based on the fonds of the State Archive of Žilina situated in Čadca. The materials are mainly taken from the local trading company of the Čadca district.
Alfred Nobel's dynamite factory in Zámky by Prague during the monarchy and the first Czechoslovak Republic
Jandek, Prokop ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Hájek, Jan (referee)
(English) The thesis concerns itself with the functioning of the concern belonging to Alfred Nobel in Bohemia and other parts of Austria-Hungary. Particularly regarding the inception and operation (range of products, position on the market, health and safety) of dynamite factory in Zámky by Prague and the adjacent factory producing artificial fertilizers in nearby Lísek. Other minor topics include the stance of Austrian authorities towards the new industry, characterisation of individuals connected with the facility, relations with the headquarters of the company in Vienna and the fate of this subsidiary in the successor state of Czechoslovakia. The thesis is set into the period 1868-1926 during which the factory belonged to the concern of Alfred Nobel.
Modernisation between Prague and Kolín
Holovský, Jan ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Štemberk, Jan (referee) ; Dvořák, Jiří (referee)
The aim of this dissertation thesis is an analysis of the modernization process during the 1850 - 1938 period in the given region extending from the city of Prague to the regional centre Kolín. The modernization proces is in particular seen in terms of economic history. In the thesis I will analyse demographic and economical development, the building up of the transport, infrastructure, economic elites and partially also some subjects related to democratisation. In addition to the modernization itself, the transformation of the regional structure, mutual relations and development of typologically different settlements will also be assessed. Particular analysis will be done in the frame of the region as well as on selected settlements of Český Brod, Kostelec nad Černými lesy, Kouřim, Pečky and Úvaly. Keywords Modernization / Modernisation, economic, demographic, Region, Urbanization, City, Town, Village, rural, Infrastructure, Elite, Czech, Bohemia
Foundry and machinery factory Jan Pujman (Pluto), Nové Ransko in first half of the 20 century
Monev, Ivan ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Štolleová, Barbora (referee)
(in English): The Diploma Thesis is focused on the issue of the management methods in the company, engaged in the production of agricultural machinery in the period of the Czechoslovak Republic. It is particularly concerned with the process of business management, trade promotion, customers' relationship and reflection of these activities into the company's economy. The Thesis is focused mostly on the Czech and Bulgarian business activity documentation. The data for this Thesis was obtained by direct research of the original, till this time unresearched archival sources, by personal memories of witnesses, desk research of relevant archive documents and literature. The data analysis performed at the end of the Thesis used the current business analysis methods for comparing reporting and present period's marketing methods. The researched subject is Jan Pujman machinery and engines company and cast iron producer, founded by Jan Pujman senior in the year 1885 in Nové Ransko, whose activities were terminated by The Nationalization in April 1949.
Czechoslovak-soviet relations during the decline and collapse of the Soviet empire
Kashapov, Timur ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Pullmann, Michal (referee) ; Voráček, Emil (referee)
cooperation in the 1970's. Soviet relations during two General Secretaries' reign - Chernenko and examines influence of theirs reform efforts on two countries' Disertační práce se zabývá hospodářsko politickými vztahy Sovětského svazu a Československa v 1992 a zahrnuje analýzu rozličných aspektů tomu je rozčleněna do čtyř kapitol. První 70. letech 20. století, včetně obchodní a vědeckotechnické spolupráce. Druhá kapitola je zaměřena na analýzu změn v českoslove sovětských vztazích v rámci reformních snah dvou generálních tajemníků J.V. Andropova a K.U. Černěnka. Třetí kapitola specifikuje vzájemný obchod v čase a struktuře v Gorbačovovy Perestrojky. Analyzuje se i fenomén perestrojky jak v Sovětském svazu, tak v Československu, objasňují se její podstata a vliv na vzájemné vztahy. této části se též řeší otázka která ze zemí více profitoval ze stávající struktury vzájemného obchodu, investiční činnosti, vědeckotechnické kooperace a aterální kooperace. Verifikuje se také tvrzení, že s ohledem na strukturu obchodu byl Sovětský svaz pro ČSSR významný především dovozem surovin, recipročně Československo reprezentovalo pro sovětské hospodářství důležitý zdroj technologických postupů a pro strojírenské produkci a spotřebních výrobcích. Závěrečná část obsahuje analýzu vývoje obchodní směny, nastiňují se...

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