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Operational and mobilisation plans of the Red Army 1940-1941
Černík, Marek ; Nálevka, Vladimír (advisor) ; Tejchman, Miroslav (referee)
In the 1990's appeared new relevant documents from archives in Moscow, which bear testimony, that the Red Anny was being prepared for an attack on Gennany in 1941. There are two basic hypotheses: 1. The war preparations of the Soviet U ni on in spring 1941 had an offensive character. 2. The Red Anny war ready to start a large-scale offensive military campaign in the West already in summer 1941. The aim of this rigorous thesi s i s either to confinn such hypotheses or to deny them. The topíc is divided into four chapters. The first chapter deals with Mobilization Plan MP-41, which was approved in February 1941. This plan is presented as a basic document for reorganisation and reannament of the Red Anny. It would have required around five years to provide the Red Anny with weaponry called for by the MP-41. However there was no need to achieve full combat strength according to this ambitious plan to launch an attack on Gennany. Soviet mobilization in spring 1941 was carried out secretaly and covered by large training excercises. The second chapter speaks about the war planning in the period 1940-1941. All modifications of Operational Plans (Strategie Deployment Plans ), which were worked out in the Operational Directorate of the General Staff, were thoroughly analyzed. In the centre of my analysis there was an...
The impact of the war in Kosovo on the relationship of Russian and the USA
Hromas, Adam ; Tejchman, Miroslav (advisor) ; Litera, Bohuslav (referee)
The task of the bachelor work "The impact of the war in Kosovo on the relationship of Russia amd the USA" is to answer through comparative analysis the issue of what impact the war in Kosovo had on the American-Russian relationship or possibly to eradicate this impact. The text deals with the policies of the USA and Russia in the context of the Kosovo war, not as a historic event. It is divided into three chapters: The first chapter describes the attitude of NATO, especially of the USA toward Serbia mainly regarding policies toward Serbia prior to, and during the war, and political activities ending the war. In the second chapter there are the same topics seen from the view of Russia toward Serbia. In the third and last chapter there is comparing of these two approaches going on, and based on it the final position to the main issue of the research is worked out.
Ion Iliescu and his role in the forming of the modern romanian democracy
Kocian, Jiří ; Tejchman, Miroslav (advisor) ; Šístek, František (referee)
The problems of Romanian transition to democracy after the year 1989 were in large part determined by the form of previous regime. Because of the extreme pressure and control exercised on the opposition and personal dictatorship of the regime of Nicolae Ceaușescu, no major dissent groups or opposition centers possessing the potential to take part in the overthrow of the regime existed. In the swift and still unclear events of December 1989, National Salvation Front rose to hold the power, being directed by Ion Iliescu at the same time. As a formerly top positioned communist apparatchik, who had been swept out from his status after several conflicts with Ceausescu, he transferred almost complete communist structure under the newly formed regime, including Securitate, the secret service. Deconstruction of the former regime was actually performed by the execution of the former president and his wife and by trials of several Securitate generals. Iliescu concentrated overwhelming majority of the state power around NSF and in contradiction with his original proclamations postponed transition to democracy. New regime, which was led by Ion Iliescu demonstrated in its ideological presentation and exercise of power apparent similarities with the era of communist rule, nevertheless, it worked under formal...
The conception of reconstruction of Yugoslavia after WW II
Šmejc, Martin ; Tejchman, Miroslav (advisor) ; Šesták, Miroslav (referee)
Martin Šmejc Abstract: "Conception of reconstruction of Yugoslavia after WW II." The topic "Conception of reconstruction of Yugoslavia after WW II." covers three different phenomena. The most important factor, that determined the development of Yugoslavia during the WW II., was the coming to power of the communist Partisans led by Josip Broz Tito. Their vision of Yugoslavia's reconstruction after the war was defined during the second session of the AVNOJ in Bosnian town Jajce in November 1943. How should according to those visions reconstructed Yugoslavia look like is one of the research questions this thesis is going to answer. The second phenomenon touches upon the conceptions of Yugoslavia's reconstruction by the royal Yugoslav governments in exile. Their project was quite as important as of the Partisans. Their importance resides in the fact that until March 1945, when a united government of Royalists and Partisans based on Tito-Šubašić agreement was created, the government in exile were considered as the only legitimate representatives of Yugoslavia. The third analyzed phenomenon is the impact of the three Allied powers on the situation of Yugoslavia until 1948. The third question posed in this analysis will determine the scope of influence of the USA, UK and USSR on the development of Yugoslavia -...
Implementation of the mandate of the UNPROFOR mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992-1995
Lalić, Jan ; Tejchman, Miroslav (advisor) ; Pikal, Kamil (referee)
The unwillingness of the international community to become involved militarily in Bosnian civil war between 1992-1995, made the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) a substitute for a decisive action. The absence of any foreseeable prospect of truce, which would have been supported by the presence of peacekeepers, led to the establishment of strictly humanitarian mandate for UN troops in the first phase of the war. They were supposed, in cooperation with the United Nations High Commisioner for Refugees (UNHCR), to secure functioning of the Sarajevo airport for humanitarian relief purposes and subsequently provide security for the UNHCR and its convoys providing humanitarian relief. Thesis "Implementation of the mandate of the UNPROFOR mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992-1995" deals with issues concerning humanitarian mandate in particular. This thesis aims to explain, through descriptive analysis, motives leading international community to deploy lightely armed peacekeeprs with uncharacteristic mandate to the region, which is absolutely inadequate for peacekeeping operations as I will show. It will subsequently analyze course of the implementation and problems, which were encountered by UN troops. The aim of this thesis is to prove, that UNPROFOR was not absolute failure as it is perceived,...

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