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Russian Political Reform – the Solution to the Crisis of the Russian State?
Vlček, Radomír
Russia's Political Reform – The Solution to the Russian State's Crisis deals with the genesis and development of a complex of reforms by which various Russian state officials have sought over the centuries to modernize Russia as a state in terms of its power, size, and the capacity of political and power competition. In all its parts, it openly and covertly asks whether it could have been prevented by revolutionary explosions, especially the Russian Revolution of 1917. It focuses primarily on the personality of Pyotr Jakovlevich Stolypin, Prime Minister of the Russian Empire from 1906 to 1911, but shows the genesis of his ideas in the deep past. Stolypin presents himself as a figure who has tried to push through a broad and also far-reaching set of reforms, the most significant of which were those on the agrarian issue. However, Stolypin's other attempts at change, especially on a social, administrative and judicial level, do not go unnoticed either. He's trying to show Stolypin without embellishing and in the context of historical events. The work has an analytical-synthetic character. It is a contribution to the history of ideas and ideologies, in the field of finding alternatives to the development of the Russian state and Russian society takes the form of a case study. Due to the lack of monitoring of this problem in Czech history, it relies on foreign, mainly Russian literature and edited sources.
The returns of Volhynian Czechs and their assimilation, with special regard to the Vyškov region
Martinková, Dagmar ; Čornejová, Ivana (advisor) ; Nosková, Helena (referee) ; Vlček, Radomír (referee)
In the mid and late-19th century, about 15,000 Czechs left for Russia in search of a new life. Most of them settled in the Volhynia Governorate. They bought land, established Czech villages, developed hop growing. In World War I they supported the foundation of the Czechoslovak legions, and many of them also joined the legions. After this war, several hundred Czechs returned to their homeland. In World War II, they rejoined the resistance and formed the foundation of the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps. After the war, most of them claimed re-emigration. The Czechs in Volhynia experienced what Soviet communism was like, as well as persecution, collectivization, and also Ukrainian nationalism. However, returning to the homeland was not easy, and their repatriation was accompanied by many difficulties. Many of them disagreed with the incoming communist regime and warned the population of Czechoslovakia against it. A big number of Volhynian Czechs were kept under surveillance and imprisoned by the communist regime. Love for the country and hard work have always been significant in the history of Volhynian Czechs.
Why do we view Russian and Soviet history with contempt? Gaps in the study of Russian and Soviet history by Czech historiographers after 1990
Vlček, Radomír
This paper traces the development of Czechoslovak and Czech scholarship on Russian history. After outlining the origins of various view of Russian history and their connection with Czech history, the author presents a detailed overview of research to date by Czech scholats of Russian history, focusing on the most important works of the pas 20 years which explore various aspekcts of Russian history.
The Russian response to the revolutionary era of the years 1830-31
Svoboda, Karel ; Reimann, Michal (advisor) ; Vykoukal, Jiří (referee) ; Vlček, Radomír (referee)
This thesis deals with the Russian response to the revolutionary era of the years 1830-31, using the theory of defensive realism. Based on archival material and on available literature, it analyzes mechanisms for the adoption of decisions in the Russian political structures. The author approaches the topic with chronological-thematic perspective. The first section analyzes the politics of the Russian tsar and his environment in relation to the French and Belgian Revolutions. The second part is devoted to the issue of Poland. In the third part the author analyzes the internal conditions in the Russian State itself. Last but not least, the author analyzes public opinion, economic conditions and the situation in the army.
Slavophilism and Slavophil paradigm in Russian philosophy of the 19th century
Nykl, Hanuš ; Lášek, Jan Blahoslav (advisor) ; Vlček, Radomír (referee) ; Boček, Pavel (referee)
The dissertation concerns position of the Slavophilism within Russian philosophy of the 19th century. The Slavophil phenomenon is critically analyzed and main principles of most significant theoreticians such as A. Khomiakov and I. Kireevsky are described. The Slavophilism is characterized as specific intellectual paradigm based on three major grounds - organic wholeness concept, religion as a basic factor and autonomy of entities. It shows following evolution of this paradigm in Russian mind of the 19th century in case of A. Grigoriev, N. Strakhov, N. Danilevsky, K. Leontiev and V. Soloviev. The other existence of the paradigm in other development of Russian mind is pointed out.
Between Masaryk´s and Kramář. Phenomenon Russia stand by generate of the Czechoslovakia
Vlček, Radomír
T.G.Masaryk and K. Kramář ranked among the most significant persons as regards formulating visions of of creating an independent Czechoslovak state. Russia, a large independent Slav-inhabited state, played by you an extremely important role. Kramář´s conception of Russia was based in idealization of the Russian milieu, while Masaryk´s critical Russophilism was based on judgement of Russia´s pros and cons.
Fyodor M. Dostoevsky and the Mind of Russia (the Lock of a Historian)
Vlček, Radomír
The formation and evolution of opinion of the contemporary Russia in the conception of F. M. Dostoevsky.
Historian in Changing Times and Environments: The Nineteenth Century
Vlček, Radomír ; Hanuš, J.
Trends in historiography undergoing professionalization in Western and Eastern Europe and the USA. The role of interaction between a historian and the period in which they live; the formation of historiographic streams related to ideologies of the 19th century, especially nationalism, and political, social and cultural issues.
Russia and Europe in the Opening of 19th Century. The Vision of Russian Tsar Alexander I
Vlček, Radomír
The Vision and Politic about Europe, Russia and European unity of Russian tsar Alexander I.

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