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Chief Officers in the National Bank of Czechoslovakia in Years 1938-1953
Kyselka, Daniel ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Gecko, Tomáš (referee)
In this master thesis I want to focus on high rank execs in the National Bank of Czechoslovakia. between years 1938-1953. These employers are important for me, because they were educated during the time of Austro-Hungarian empire or during the time of The First Czechoslovak Republic. They also had to work under nazi economic system and under communist economic system as well. These interactions between employers and both regimes are the ones that I would like to study in my master thesis.
Propaganda and youth in Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren
Nezdařil, Petr ; Pullmann, Michal (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
The thesis topic is Nazism propaganda targeted on youth in protectorate Moravia-Bohemia. Firstly it covers the analysis of national-socialistic ideology and its campaign methods with focus on refurbishment of propaganda vision and mission that were used by the organization Kuratorium for youth education in Bohemia and Moravia. The organization was supposed to educate "race-convenient" youth in nationalistic ideology. Its publicly available magazines "Zteč", "Správný kluk" and "Dívčí svět" were used as key sources. Second objective are propaganda adoption analysis by targeted youth generation and further word of mouth. Final observations were on differences between goals of propaganda towards youth and mature generation.
Prague Municipal Clerks 1900-1950
Knotková, Veronika ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Ledvinka, Václav (referee) ; Pokludová, Andrea (referee)
Veronika Knotková, Prague Municipal Clerks 1900-1950 Abstract This work, based mainly on primary resources, deals with the issues of bureaucracy, i.e. with the elite group of officials/clerks of the legal category of the Prague Municipal Office in the first half of the 20th century. During this relatively long period, Prague reached a position of modern capital of a new state, Czechoslovakia, and one of Central European metropolises. The core of the thesis lays in explaining principles of functioning of the municipal bureaucracy, the development of its position, the course of its career and the factors that influenced them. Attention is paid to the mutual relations within this group and both to their individual and group strategies, with regard to other municipal officials of other than juristic previous university education within the Prague municipal office as well as to the relations of officials and representatives of municipal administration. It shows how the disciplinary rules were applied. Adequate attention is paid to the relationship/interventions of state administration into the self-government sphere.
Christian Peace Efforts. Christian Peace Conference between 1958 and 1968
Beneš, Ladislav ; Spurný, Matěj (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the roots and activities of Christian Peace Conference (CPC) in the years 1958-1968 when it was presided by Josef L. Hromádka. The author of this thesis examines the roots of the organization in Czechoslovak and German context starting in the interwar period. The thesis analyses how the beginnings of CPC were impacted by the Second World War experience of the generation of founders of the organization and also how they were impacted by the events preceding and following the war. Specifically, the focus of the research is the relationship between Christians and Marxists and furthermore the Christians' perception and experience of socialism as a social order as it was presented in CPC. Simultaneously, the thesis focuses on the possibilities of an existence of international organization during the Cold War and the role it played for the actors at that time.
Christian Peace Efforts. Christian Peace Conference between 1958 and 1968
Beneš, Ladislav ; Spurný, Matěj (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the roots and activities of Christian Peace Conference (CPC) in the years 1958-1968 when it was presided by Josef L. Hromádka. The author of this thesis examines the roots of the organization in Czechoslovak and German context starting in the interwar period. The thesis analyses how the beginnings of CPC were impacted by the Second World War experience of the generation of founders of the organization and also how they were impacted by the events preceding and following the war. Specifically, the focus of the research is the relationship between Christians and Marxists and furthermore the Christians' perception and experience of socialism as a social order as it was presented in CPC. Simultaneously, the thesis focuses on the possibilities of an existence of international organization during the Cold War and the role it played for the actors at that time.
Czech new wave rock music and the politics of Perestroika 1986-1989
Andrs, Jiří ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Valenta, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis aims to capture and explain the changes in the milieu of nonconformist rock music in relation to the policy of Perestroika in Czechoslovakia during the years 1986- 89. The primary methodological framework is created by an interpretive trichotomy where each perspective includes various historiographical approaches (sociology of Ivo Možný, postmodern deconstruction of authoritarian discourse, so-called totality from below, etc.). The chapter dealing with the repression of rock music analyses the working methods of secret police (StB) in the 1980s while revealing the background of several typical cases (Pražský výběr, Visací zámek, Michael's Uncle). Next chapter explains the differing approaches of nonconformist rockers towards the cultural relief represented by the official festival "Rockfest". The last analytical chapter deals with perception of contemporary authorities. In conclusion it turns out that the relationship to the authoritarian horizons underwent the most fundamental transformation. The disintegration of those authoritarian horizons led to transformations inside the social field and contributed to the decline of the regime of state socialism.
Activities Extraordinary People's Courts in the period 1945- 1948
Feniková, Petra ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
ACTIVITIES Extraordinary People's Courts in the period 1945- 1948 Abstract The purpose of my PhD. Viva thesis was analysis of standards created on the basis of the Decrees in relation to to the activities of Extraordinary People's Courts in individual regions, as a means to punish war crimes, traitors and collaborators. Retributive justice was a response to the events of the war. The legal regulations concerning both topics were not created spontaneously in response to the end of the wartime conflict, but were prepared over an extended period by the government in exile and international organisations during the war. As well as a general list and description of the basic Decree legislation, the author's goal was also to describe to readers implementation of these regulations during the chaotic post-war period in Czechoslovakia. Implementary regulations were used for this purpose, not only on the level of decrees, but also in the form of guidelines, instructions or interpretive standpoints, which expounded the fairly terse provisions of the Decree and also responded to the current problems concerning interpretation at the time. Specific criminal cases heard by the Extraordinary People's Courts were also processed for the purpose of fulfilling this goal, so that the author was able to illustrate practical...
Think about Labouring Men: Conceptual Comparison of the Category Working Class in the Czechoslovak and East German Historiography
Schejbal, Tomáš ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Spurný, Matěj (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is an analytical comparison and deconstruction of views of social historians on labouring men. The object of my interest will be views of Czech and East German historians from the period of the socialist dictatorship, and the views of Czech and German historians from the period of post-socialism. Using the methods of poststructuralist approaches, I will place the comparison and deconstructions in the contextual analysis of ideological determinations. At the same time, I will pay special attention to the changes in the determinations and epistemological breaks, with the help of which I will analyze the changes in the position of workes's research in relation to science and society. Key words: labouring men, comparison, deconstruction, historiography, ideology, epistemological break, science, socialist dictatorship, post-socialism
Chief Officers in the National Bank of Czechoslovakia in Years 1938-1953
Kyselka, Daniel ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Gecko, Tomáš (referee)
In this master thesis I want to focus on high rank execs in the National Bank of Czechoslovakia. between years 1938-1953. These employers are important for me, because they were educated during the time of Austro-Hungarian empire or during the time of The First Czechoslovak Republic. They also had to work under nazi economic system and under communist economic system as well. These interactions between employers and both regimes are the ones that I would like to study in my master thesis.
The so called 'operation Kulak'and its impact in the districts Chrudim and Hlinsko
Blažek, Lukáš ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Salák, Pavel (referee) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
The so called 'operation Kulak' and its impact in the districts Chrudim and Hlinsko Abstract The submitted doctoral thesis analyses the problem of a violent phase of collectivization in Czechoslovakia in the 1950's, with a particular focus on the so called 'Operation Kulak.' In the first part, the author analyses the historical background of collectivization and therefore at first provides with significant milestones in the history of Czechoslovakia. He focuses mainly on the development after the Second World War, with a particular aim to inquire into the relation of land confiscation made on the ground of Czechoslovakian president's decrees. Specific attention is also paid to the fundamental regulations, which are connected either with the agricultural production, land ownership, or with the violent phase of collectivization. Moreover, the author introduces 'Operation Kulak' nationwide. He gives a detailed description of the preparation of the most significant events linked to the above-mentioned operation, including pretexts for its implementation known as 'Babice case' (1951). 'Operation Kulak' was prepared in the highest ranks of the Czechoslovak Communist Party with an involvement of closest collaborators of Klement Gottwald. This operation was aimed against wealthy and medium sized farmers including...

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