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Leopold II., Grand Duke of Tuscany, and bonification of Maremma (1824-1859)
Kovaříková, Lenka ; Skřivan, Aleš (advisor) ; Novotný, Lukáš (referee) ; Županič, Jan (referee)
The thesis describes a period of the government of Leopold II Grand Duke of Tuscany and his affiliation to the swampy territory along the Tuscany coastline called Maremma and its bonification. He was able to change fundamentally the most underdeveloped areas of his country during thirty years of his government. He succeeded even though political changes during the revolutionary years of 1847-1849, and though his government was finished by the unification of Italy and the incorporation of Tuscany into the newly established Kingdom of Italy, which was the goal of Italian risorgimento. This work further describes biography of Leopold II in short, his policy focused on overall development of Tuscany, and last but not least life fates and the principal works of his three closest collaborators - personalities with major influence at the realisation of the bonification works - Vittorio Fossombroni, Gaetano Giorgini and Alessandro Manetti. The thesis describes the bonification works in Maremma themselves, their organisation and results achieved. Part of the bonification overall plans of Leopold II was construction of the road network as well, with necessity of numerous bridges over canals and regulated watercourses. It was also necessary to solve the health problems in the region, especially malaria, where...
On-line marketing communication
Jílková, Šárka ; Novotný, Lukáš (referee) ; Schüller, David (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focussed on on-line marketing communication with cosmetic studio Mis-sys. The Theoretical part describes the basic concepts of marketing which are used in the analytical part. The analytical part charakteristics basic information about the company and its actual state. Based on retrieved information from analyzes and questionnaire survey proposes solutions to issues and their benefits follow in the practical part.
Great Britain and the Baghdad Pact (CENTO), 1955-1964
Nevrkla, Lukáš ; Soukup, Jaromír (advisor) ; Novotný, Lukáš (referee) ; Smetana, Vít (referee)
The main aim of the thesis is to analyse the British foreign and defence policy attitude toward the Baghdad Pact (Central Treaty Organisation, CENTO) and the Northern Tier countries from 1955-1964. The text seeks to outline the role and importance which the British foreign and defence policy attributed to the pact as well as the British perception of the Communist threat to the Middle East as it was reflected in the documents related to the British participation in the alliance. The text concentrates on the analysis of the British interpretation of the alliance, in particular with respect to the impact of the Cold War on the international relations in the Middle East (1955-1964) and the transformation which affected the British position and Special Relationship with the United States in the Middle East. The thesis follows the development of British foreign and defence policy between 1955 and 1964. Approaching the Baghdad Pact (CENTO) as a tool of British foreign and defence policy in the Middle East (1955-1964), it seeks to identify and specify the functions attributed to the pact by the British and Foreign Policy and outline their development and changing priority. In addition, the thesis analyses the development and structural problems of the Baghdad Pact (CENTO) from 1955 to 1964, connecting...
Entente Cordiale: the Development of the British-French Relations on the Way to the Entente Cordiale, 1898-1904.
Hennlichová, Marcela ; Skřivan, Aleš (advisor) ; Opatrný, Josef (referee) ; Novotný, Lukáš (referee)
The mutual Anglo-French Relations at the turn of the 19th and 20th century were complicated. The Fashoda Crisis of 1898 placed both powers at the brink of war, which was finally turned away due to the withdrawal of the French Minister of Foreign Affairs Delcassé. With the arrival of a new French ambassador to London, Paul Cambon, the mutual Anglo-French Relations entered a new era, which eventually led to the signature of the Entente Cordiale six years later. The aim of this thesis was to analyse the genesis of the Anglo-French Relations from 1898 to 1904 and to discover which factors enabled both Powers to come to the general agreement. Through the signature of the Entente cordiale on April 8, 1904 France and Great Britain settled their colonial disputes and started a mutual cooperation, which inaugurated the formation of the blocks that clashed in the First World War in 1914.
Argentine Immigration Policy, 1852-1914
Švepeš, Václav ; Skřivan, Aleš (advisor) ; Opatrný, Josef (referee) ; Novotný, Lukáš (referee)
The dissertation examines Argentine immigration policy in 1852- 1914. It focuses on the immigration process itself, the attitude of the Argentine political cliques and population, the minority groups, the influence of immigration on the development of Argentina in the mentioned period, the living conditions of immigrants and the process of their acclimatisation. For a better understanding of the chosen topic, the work was divided into two parts, followed by individual chapters. As a result of the research of published and unpublished sources, professional literature and articles, historical publications and other available sources, the importance of European immigration to the country's economic development, modernisation, demographic and culture was confirmed. Although the immigration process was also linked to negative aspects, such as the disappearance of the indigenous population, social inequality and the significant influence of European societies on the domestic economy, the population growth, the integration of immigrants into the primary and secondary economic sectors and political consolidation made Argentina one of the world's fastest-growing economies.
Leopold II., Grand Duke of Tuscany, and bonification of Maremma (1824-1859)
Kovaříková, Lenka ; Skřivan, Aleš (advisor) ; Novotný, Lukáš (referee) ; Županič, Jan (referee)
The thesis describes a period of the government of Leopold II Grand Duke of Tuscany and his affiliation to the swampy territory along the Tuscany coastline called Maremma and its bonification. He was able to change fundamentally the most underdeveloped areas of his country during thirty years of his government. He succeeded even though political changes during the revolutionary years of 1847-1849, and though his government was finished by the unification of Italy and the incorporation of Tuscany into the newly established Kingdom of Italy, which was the goal of Italian risorgimento. This work further describes biography of Leopold II in short, his policy focused on overall development of Tuscany, and last but not least life fates and the principal works of his three closest collaborators - personalities with major influence at the realisation of the bonification works - Vittorio Fossombroni, Gaetano Giorgini and Alessandro Manetti. The thesis describes the bonification works in Maremma themselves, their organisation and results achieved. Part of the bonification overall plans of Leopold II was construction of the road network as well, with necessity of numerous bridges over canals and regulated watercourses. It was also necessary to solve the health problems in the region, especially malaria, where...
Vzdálené ovládání robotické ruky z Merkuru pomocí mobilní aplikace
NOVOTNÝ, Lukáš
This bachelor thesis pursues putting together an overview of options for remote controlling of the robotic arm and picking the right application for it. Furthermore, the adjustment of the robotic's arm software and hardware, in order to be able to use the selected method. Lastly, trying out the selected method, debugging it and writing the appropriate documentation.
Design and realization of experimental equipment for determination of residual stress of bent samples
Novotný, Lukáš ; Návrat, Tomáš (referee) ; Krejčí, Petr (advisor)
The master thesis is focused to design and realization of experimental equipment for researching of residual stress determination for specimen with non-uniform distribution stress along the depth. Literature search study of problematic was performed and it was used for elaboration of chapters about origin of residual stress, their classification and chapters about methods, which are used for measuring of residual stress and their determination. The following part explains the design of experimental equipment and stress-strain analysis of selected parts of this equipment. Then the final design of equipment is presented, including complete production drawings, and it’s explained final assembling of experimental equipment. Final chapter is devoted to examinable loading of specimen.
Moving bolster of body panel press
Novotný, Lukáš ; Tůma, Jiří (referee) ; Omes, Jiří (advisor)
This Master thesis deals with design structures of moving bolster for body panel press and with design of railroad tracks, in which the bolster is moving in two mutually perpendicular directions. These moving bolsters are used for facilitating and speeding up the change of pressing dies, which is desirable in automated automotive industry for shortening and streamlining the pressing die change. The part of the work is research of the current state of knowledge in systems for quick die change, design of the moving bolster and its drive, design of railroad tracks, amount of design and control calculations, design of mechanism for lifting the bolster, optimization and strength calculations of bolster in ANSYS software. All the design structures of bolster, railroad tracks and basic workplace layout are processed in 3D software for modelling Autodesk Inventor. Attachments consist of drawing documentation of main assemblies, namely mounting drawing of moving bolster assembly, mounting drawing of railroad tracks assembly, drawing of workplace layout and furthermore drawing of driven shaft, weldment and workpiece of moving bolster and railroad tracks block.
British radical reform movement in the period 1792-1795
Borodáčová, Jana ; Skřivan, Aleš (advisor) ; Novotný, Lukáš (referee) ; Opatrný, Josef (referee)
This thesis is focused on the development of the English and Scottish radical reform movement in the 1790s and analyzes the relationship between the British government and the radical reformers who endeavored for introduction of universal suffrage and annual parliaments. The thesis also emphasizes the reaction of a large part of the public, and especially the wealthy, who in fear of spreading the ideas of the French Revolution, decided to suppress the activities of the reformers through the so-called loyalist movement. The result of fear of loyalists from the threat of domestic Jacobinism was a wave of persecution, which ended with great political trials in Scotland and England in 1793 and 1794. The thesis is also focused on the question of the influence of the French Revolution on the activities of the reformers and explains to what extent, the ideas of republicanism prevailed among the radicals. The work also emphasizes that not only thoughts of the French Revolution but also an effect of the domestic reform tradition and Glorious Revolution had an impact on the ideas of the radical reformers. In addition, this thesis analyses also the activities of the reformers themselves, who founded in 1792 a number of new societies whose membership base consisted mainly of the working class. British...

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