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The development of the culture of remembrance of the Sudeten Germans and their expulsion in Ústí nad Labem after 1989
Masopustová, Sára ; Kučera, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Nigrin, Tomáš (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to explore how the culture of remembrance regarding the Sudeten Germans and their expulsion developed in Ústí nad Labem after 1989. The author tries to find out what were the forms of remembrance and commemoration and which actors participated in it and moved it forward. The thesis mentions how the elected political representation of the city contributed to the commemoration or what was the role of the state for instance in establishing institutions or museums focusing on remembering Germans and expulsion. The role of the public and citizens association is mentioned as well. Since the culture of remembrance includes all forms of remembering, the thesis not only focuses on the important moments of the city when the commemorative plaques were first unveiled, but the author also emphasizes another form of public remembrance as culture or cultural heritage. Ústí nad Labem was historically shaped by the German population and at the end of the Second World War one of the massacres of the German population took place here, it is necessary to mention the historical context in the first part. The thesis briefly discusses the communist period, when the expulsion of Germans and the Czech-German past was erased from the collective memory of society and when anything that in any way...
The Problems of the Soul in the Context of Christianity
KUČERA, Jaroslav
The thesis deals with the emergence of the concept of soul and its anchoring in Christianity. In this context, the theisis indicates the importance of the posthumous surviving element, that is crucial in eschatological expectations. It answers the question of whether the "soul" is a church mechanism to ensure the obedience of believers, as profane society often believes. By describing the eschatological concepts of two Christian wholes, one of which treats the soul differently, the thesis reveals consequences that culminate in a very peculiar interpretation of Scripture. Finally, the thesis shows the "soul" as a theologically necessary category to ensure a cohesive Christian system in the light of biblical statements.
The Sudeten German question in the Federal Assembly elections of 1990 and 1992
Kloučková, Klára ; Kunštát, Miroslav (advisor) ; Kučera, Jaroslav (referee)
The Sudeten German matter is a topic that repeatedly appears in Czech election campaigns. After the Velvet Revolution, the Sudeten German matter came to the forefront of social debates and became part of the election campaign. This paper examines how the various political parties worked with this issue in the run-up to the Federal Assembly elections in 1990 and 1992. For this purpose, a media analysis of selected periodicals was carried out for a month before the elections. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the different aspects of the Sudeten German question and the interested parties in the period under study. These aspects include mainly the historical dimension of Czech-German relations. The interested parties took different positions on these issues, which resulted in the conflict potential of the Sudeten German matter. The media analysis for 1990 did not show any significant use of the Sudeten German issue, with the exception of two left parties. For 1992, the results were already more convincing, also due to the larger number of available periodicals. The analysis shows that mainly left-wing parties and periodicals criticized government actions in the context of the approval of the Czechoslovak-German Treaty of Good Neighbourliness and Friendly Cooperation. They used emotional and...
Reflection of the Sudeten German question in the Czech press in the crisis year 1938: Právo lidu and Venkov
Holmanová, Kateřina ; Kučera, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
anglicky The purpose of this thesis is to explore how the papers Právo lidu and Venkov, viewed the Sudeten German question in 1938 and how they expressed their opposition to the situation. The first key affair of 1938, which greatly strained coexistence between Czechs and Germans in Czechoslovakia, was the Anschluss of Austria, which many Sudeten Germans enthusiastically supported. This soon became the inspiration for a more severe solution to the Sudeten German question. The Anschluss supplied many Sudeten Germans with the conviction that the disputed Czechoslovak border areas would be annexed by the German Reich. This contributed towards increased hostilities between SdP supporters and Czechoslovak authorities. In negotiations with the government, Henlein pretended to be interested in improving the position of the German minority in Czechoslovakia, but in reality, the SdP sought to make the Sudeten-German issue a subject of international policy negotiations. The increased conflict, hand in hand with the gradual sharpening of SdP policy, radicalized the German population, primarily affecting the activist parties, who gradually lost all remnants of their support. Considering the tight scope of this bachelor thesis it would be impossible to record and recount the entire media spectrum of the period,...
RReconstruktion of Jewish Communities in the new Federal States of Germany - an Example of Free State of Saxony
Petrová, Eva ; Kunštát, Miroslav (advisor) ; Kučera, Jaroslav (referee)
Diploma thesis " Reconstruction of Jewish communities in the new Federal States of Germany - an example of Free State of Saxony" is dealing with the situation of Jews and Jewish communities in the former GDR after 1990. The thesis shows on the example of Saxony the existence of Jewish communities under the GDR-regime, further how they managed to deal with the events of 1990 and faced new challenges and situations after the unification of Germany. The communities are gradually building their position in the society and they are trying to present themselves to the public through a number of activities, building synagogues and community centres and set up positive links with the non-Jewish population. The increased activities of the Jewish communities in the society are not perceived in a positive way only, the evidence of which is a brief chapter on rightist extremism in Saxony in the final part of the thesis. Due to the topical character of the theme the thesis brings also a few interviews with representatives of Jewish communities and Christian-Jewish communities and literature search of periodicals concerned with Jewish issues. The thesis presents an actual picture of Jewish community in Germany as it is perceived outside and inside the communities themselves and in such a way as it hasn't been presented...
The Influence of US Policy on the Post-War Development of Western Germany 1945-50
Adamec, Matouš ; Kučera, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Nigrin, Tomáš (referee)
In this bachelor thesis the author focus on the influence of the United States of America on the post-war development of Germany between 1945 and 1950. Concretely in the time from the end of the World War II till the first months after establishing the state of Western Germany. The main goal of this thesis is to find, how the US-American foreign policy, that has started to change in this period, affected the resolving of the question of post-war Germany. The Author proceed from the stance of Franklin D. Roosevelt, who refused the engagement of the U.S. in the post-war economic development of Europe, and who stated, that the U.S. Army will leave the European territory until two years after the end of the WWII. But in the following years the U.S. started to leave this policy to set a new course, which was connected with evolvement of the United States in Europe and western parts of Germany. After the introduction, there will be introduced the American ideas of the post-war world structure, the theory of isolationism and Delano's the concept of "Four Policemen". The main part of the thesis will consist of the question of Germany between years 1945-7 at the Potsdam Conference and at the Council of Foreign Ministers. In the following part the development of the western parts of Germany tending to the...
Association for the Germans Abroad (VDA) and its Policy Versus Poland and Czechoslovakia in the Years 1925 - 1930 - A Contribution to the Inofficial Foreign Policy of the Weimar Republic
Stejskalová, Martina ; Kučera, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
The aim of this thesis is The Association for German cultural relations abroad (VDA) and its policy towards Poland and Czechoslovakia in 1925-1930. After the World War I there were a lot of new states emerging in Europe. One of the most frequent minorities in those states were Germans. Therefore the righ to self-determination of their citizens was an important issue in German foreign policies. One of the organisations that supported Germans abroad was The Association for German cultural relations abroad (VDA). Powered by TCPDF (

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