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The Oberhollabrunn System of Records Services in the First Half of the 20th Century.
Holub, Pavel ; Šouša, Jiří (advisor) ; Ryantová, Marie (referee) ; Sviták, Zbyněk (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to analyse office reform which was implemented in the first two decades of the 20th century in the environment of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. As its beginnings are bound up with District Office in Oberhollabrunn (nowadays Hollabrunn) situated in Lower Austria it is commonly reffered to as so-called Oberhollabrunn system, eventually as Low-Austria system or also Kielmansegg reform. In 1905 its utilisation was spread to all district offices in Lower Austria and it was implemented in one of the offices in Halič, in Přímoří and in Moravia as well. On the basis of an in practice tried and tested norm it was searched for a way of how to improve officework also at provincial offices (governorships). Therefore for example Prague's office of the second instance of state administration acceded to their own form of solution. According to its author this variant bears the denomination Raprrich's system. The introductory part of the presented thesis is dedicated to the analysis of the literature concerning modern diplomatics in the context of the office reforms. A particular chapter is an elaboration on the methods of modern diplomatics and their applications in the research of the office reform as itself. The third chapter represents the transformation of the administration on the level...
Regional Governonrs in Bohemia from 1537 to 1848
Sedláčková, Helena ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Drašarová, Eva (referee) ; Sviták, Zbyněk (referee)
Dissertation abstract This dissertation deals with the lowest segment of administration in Bohemia - regional offices - with respect to their personnel staffing in 1537-1848. The chronological limits of the work were determined by surviving archival sources of the central institutions and printed calenders and "schematizations" which enabled, with exceptions of a part of problematic years of the Thirty Years'War, to compile the line of the regional governors in this period. The first two chapters briefly discuss the development of the regions and regional governors'duties, and in this way delimit the frames of their activities in the society. The next two chapters form the basis of the study. They are focused on the participation of nobility in the administration of the regions in chronological order. Firstly, the share of the high nobility and particulary aristocracy within in holding the office is observed, dividing the period into three parts, first the period before the White Mountain Bettle, the second within the years 1631-1713 and last is limited by the years of the regions'reforms in 1714 and 1751. The reason for adopting the chronological division was the used method which enabled to specify the biggest land possesors in the regions after the White Mountain period and to clarify the involment of...

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