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Municipal administration and offices in the Middle Elbe region during the Thirty Years' War
Ďurčanský, Marek ; Hojda, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Čornejová, Ivana (referee) ; Pešek, Jiří (referee)
The operation of municipal offices and municipal administration in general was not a too popular topic in Czech historiography. Even this aspect of the life of Czech towns was strongly influenced by the persecution of Czech estates after the battle on the White Mountain and following processes with the gravity centre in the third decade of the 17th century, as well as by the direct and indirect consequences of military actions. Research in such area can also enrich our knowledge of many aspects of contemporary city life and contribute to a better explanation of such consequential phenomena as emigration and recatholicization. The municipal councils and municipal offices can often be named as nervus rerum in these circumstances. To elaborate the problems of military influences on administration in the times of the Thirty Years' War fully is not possible without more detailed studies about the situation of particular municipal offices. This kind of research would enable us to compare several regions. But there is a lack of such studies. The way out can be found by using proper surveys of the situation of several towns. Such probes would outline basic tendencies and phenomena, or the key questions for the subsequent research, such as: a) the extent and structure of the bodies of municipal administration and...
Chapters from old history of libraries in Kolín and its surrounding
Jouzová, Miroslava ; Hlaváček, Ivan (advisor) ; Pešek, Jiří (referee) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee)
The work gives a detailed presentation about occurrence of manuscripts as well as printed books and libraries in Kolín and its surrounding since the establishment of the town until the 18th century, if records about them were preserved, or they exist till now. Only a few records concerning the library culture were preserved from the early history of Kolín. Manuscripts were found in Dominican Monastery. Despite the first mentioning of separate books only in the 14th century, we may assume them already earlier - it concerns mainly donations of books to some altars of the Saint. Bartholomew's Church in Kolín. Richer occurrence is only recorded in the 16th century when we already have quotations of specific book titles in the records of Kolín burghers, or their private libraries are mentioned here. At his time books are not only copied in Kolín but also written; authors are burghers or local dean. 17th century then brings a message about a library on the Kolín presbytery, private libraries of Kolín deans and libraries of newly established monasteries in Kolín and Zásmuky. 18th century is not abundant in records about libraries because a book becomes an expensive property, its value goes down and records of Kolín burghers include descriptions of the library only rarely.
Nazi cultural policy in Düsseldorf 1933-1945
Mikulová, Soňa ; Pešek, Jiří (advisor) ; Pelánová, Anita (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to understand how the Nazis used and subordinated art to their power. It was necessary to concentrate the focus of this study on a specific region of the Third Reich. The choice of Düsseldorf as a frame for cultural-political studies of the years 1933-1945 was made because the city had been a cultural centre since the 18. century and it was a home of many famous artists, such as Heinrich Heine, Robert and Clara Schumann and Felix Mendelsohn-Bartholdy. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Nuremberg Trial
Černá, Dagmar ; Pešek, Jiří (advisor) ; Kunštát, Miroslav (referee)
The aim of this thesis is the role of constituent law traditions behind the formation of Nuremberg trials. It tries to answer the question where did the inspiraton for this process come from, since it was one of the most important trials in history. The inspiration came mostly from the common international law but in specific cases of aggression the state laws of participating states were implemented as well. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Changes in the social status of the social group of Czech architects and builders in the 19th century
Korbel, Tomáš ; Pešek, Jiří (advisor) ; Petrasová, Taťána (referee) ; Svobodný, Petr (referee)
This work aims to contribute to the research of Czech elites of the 19th century and to write up the hitherto neglected topic of professional and social rise of Czech architects and builders in the 19th century. At this time, as a result of state reforms of the educational, administrative and legal system, the professional perception and social status of this class changed. In the introduction, architects and builders are included in the process of modernization of the construction industry and defined on the basis of their relationship to art, engineering and business. Subsequently, architects and builders are defined as a socio-professional group that has reached a certain degree of professionalism during this period. Against the background of the formation of a modern system of building and architectural education, law and administration, individual features of professionalization are monitored on specific cases of architects and builders using the method of collective biography of elites in research areas of their social background, education, construction practice and other public activities. Thus, two levels intersect in the work - general and personal. In general, the interconnection of construction education, law and administration since the establishment of construction disciplines at...
Development of migration and integration policy in the Federal Republic of Germany after 1945: example of the federal state of Berlin
Laudátová, Klára ; Kunštát, Miroslav (advisor) ; Pešek, Jiří (referee)
In der vorliegenden Arbeit habe ich mich mit dem Thema Einwanderung und Integration von Ausländem in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, bzw. in Berlin nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg beschäftigt. Die Geschichte der Einwanderung nach Deutschland hat insbesondere mit der Anwerbung ausländischer Arbeitnehmer seit Mitte der 50er Jahren des vergangenen Jahrhunderts begonnen. Diese sogennanten "Gastarbeiter", so lautete ihre nichtamtliche Bezeichnung, haben zur Veränderung Deutschlands vom Auswanderungs- zum Einwanderungsland beigetragen und stellen eine Herausforderung hinsichtlich ihrer Integration dar. Diese Phase der Migration hatte in ihrem Umfang weitgehende Auswirkungen für die strukturellen Veränderungen Deutschlands. Als Folge des Arbeitskräftemangels wurden ab Mitte der 50er Jahren ausländische Arbeitnehmer angeworben. Der Bedarf der Arbeitskräfte hängt mit der wirtschaftlichen Konjunktur der 50er Jahren in der Bundesrepublik zusammen. Um das wirtschaftliche Wachstum zu erhalten, wurde im Jahre 1955 das erste Anwerbeabkommen mit Italien abgeschlossen. Zwischen 1955 und 1968 folgten ähnliche Abkommen mit Griechenland, Spanien, der Türkei, Marokko, Portugal und Jugoslawien. Die Fortsetzung der Anwerbung wurde gerade nach 1961 verstärkt, weil durch den Bau der "Mauer" der Zustrom von Flüchlingen aus der DDR...

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