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Reflection of the Sudeten German question in the Czech press in the crisis year 1938: Právo lidu and Venkov
Holmanová, Kateřina ; Kučera, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
anglicky The purpose of this thesis is to explore how the papers Právo lidu and Venkov, viewed the Sudeten German question in 1938 and how they expressed their opposition to the situation. The first key affair of 1938, which greatly strained coexistence between Czechs and Germans in Czechoslovakia, was the Anschluss of Austria, which many Sudeten Germans enthusiastically supported. This soon became the inspiration for a more severe solution to the Sudeten German question. The Anschluss supplied many Sudeten Germans with the conviction that the disputed Czechoslovak border areas would be annexed by the German Reich. This contributed towards increased hostilities between SdP supporters and Czechoslovak authorities. In negotiations with the government, Henlein pretended to be interested in improving the position of the German minority in Czechoslovakia, but in reality, the SdP sought to make the Sudeten-German issue a subject of international policy negotiations. The increased conflict, hand in hand with the gradual sharpening of SdP policy, radicalized the German population, primarily affecting the activist parties, who gradually lost all remnants of their support. Considering the tight scope of this bachelor thesis it would be impossible to record and recount the entire media spectrum of the period,...
Beatified Gerhard Hirschfelder - the contribution of a religious figure to the creation of a transnational site of memory
Peltanová, Tereza ; Konrád, Ota (advisor) ; Swider, Malgorzata (referee)
Řešitel: Bc. Tereza Peltanová Studijní program: Německá a středoevropská studia Název práce: Beatified Gerhard Hirschfelder - the contribution of a religious figure to the creation of a transnational site of memory Abstract The diploma thesis deals with the origin and development of the cult of the German priest Gerhard Hirschfelder. In the 1930s he worked as a popular chaplain and youth pastor, first in the border village of Czermna and then in Bystrzyca Kłodzka. He disagreed with limiting the power of the Roman Catholic Church by national socialists. He paid for his attitude with his life in the Dachau concentration camp. After the end of the war, the original German and Czech population of the area of Kłodzko was expelled and replaced by Polish people. Since the late 1990s, Hirschfelder has been worshiped by all three nations. He was beatified in 2010. The thesis is a case study of a transnational site of memory (lieu de mémoire). It examines under what circumstances, thanks to which actors and in what form the cult of the German martyr arose on Polish territory. Based on that information, the thesis tries to deduce what symbolism the figure of the priest currently carries for individual national groups.
Movement from the Centre to the Peripheries: the Social Life of Prague Germans in the Peripheries during the First Republic
Tvrdá, Kristina ; Konrád, Ota (advisor) ; Nieć, Grzegorz (referee)
The master thesis examines the development of social and cultural life of Prague Germans in the 1920s and 1930s in selected Prague suburbs. Prague's German population formed a unique society in Czechoslovakia during the interwar period, which to a large extent shaped the overall multi-ethnic character of the city itself. Although the German-speaking population had to cope with their position as a national minority and nationalistic anti-German sentiments in the new state, their numbers grew, and their society developed. The main place of social life for Prague Germans remained the centre of Prague, but with the establishment of Greater Prague in 1922, there was an escalation of their migration from the interior to Prague, but also from the historic centre of Prague to the newly annexed districts. Thanks to the status of the capital city and the development of urban infrastructure during the 1920s and 1930s, Prague offered a new space of Prague suburbs, which the German population of Prague used for their cultural or economic development. Even though this was an area inhabited by only a small number of Prague Germans, they clearly contributed to the development of individual neighbourhoods. In some cases, these were only individual places associated with Prague Germans, such as theatres or...
Czech(oslovak)-Israeli Relations from 1945 till today
Kupková, Kristýna ; Kalhousová, Irena (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
The presented bachelor thesis deals with the changes in diplomatic approaches between the Czechoslovak or Czech Republic and the State of Israel. The thesis examines the period since the end of World War II in 1945 up to the present i.e., the first twenty years of the 21st century. The work is divided into five chapters, which correspond to the various time periods of mutual relations. The aim of this work is to examine five different time periods and capture their characteristic phenomena and influences in order to determine which factors were or are most active in the Czecho(slovak)-Israeli relationship, and whether they had changed throughout history or even are still altering. The thesis presents both international and national influences and therefore focuses on the international political position of Czechoslovakia or the Czech Republic in the global order, as well as on the formation of internal politics and the position of the social organization. The thesis uses the methods of case studies, analysis of secondary sources and comparisons, through which in the summary of the thesis it detects changes in the given five periods.
One topic, two responses? Jews and Shoah in Czechoslovakian and Austrian cultural memory in the context of the Eichmann-trial
Heroldová, Karolína ; Konrád, Ota (advisor) ; Mikulová, Soňa (referee)
The thesis follows up the subject of Jews and Shoah in Czechoslovakia and Austria and their representation at the beginning of the 60s. By this time, the Eichmann-trial took place in Jerusalem. Finding out, how and how much did the trial influence the presentation of Jews and Jewish victims in cultural memories or rather policy of past of both societies in comparison is aim of the thesis. On this basis, it is possible to reveal both differences and similarities between the two societies. Even if they seem to be completely different because of being sepparated by the Iron Curtain. The thesis devides into two parts. First part deals with the situation in post-war Czechoslovakia and Austria till the beginning of the 60s. It shows, how were the societies "set" when the Eichmann-trial came - what were the "prejudices", what was the policy of past dealing with. Second part includes the analysis of press-articles taken from different Austrian and Czechoslovakian newspaper and magazines (daily, weekly and monthly). From general to concrete is the way of the analysis which enables to show as the wider frame of the reaction as answers to the concrete questions. Outcomes are evaluated as continuously, as in the final conclusion.
Association for the Germans Abroad (VDA) and its Policy Versus Poland and Czechoslovakia in the Years 1925 - 1930 - A Contribution to the Inofficial Foreign Policy of the Weimar Republic
Stejskalová, Martina ; Kučera, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
The aim of this thesis is The Association for German cultural relations abroad (VDA) and its policy towards Poland and Czechoslovakia in 1925-1930. After the World War I there were a lot of new states emerging in Europe. One of the most frequent minorities in those states were Germans. Therefore the righ to self-determination of their citizens was an important issue in German foreign policies. One of the organisations that supported Germans abroad was The Association for German cultural relations abroad (VDA). Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
.The Olympic Games in Munich as a Venue for the Political Rivalry between the FRG and the GDR
Papežová, Kateřina ; Dimitrov, Michal (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
The thesis "The Olympic Games in Munich as a Venue for the Political Rivalry between the FRG and the GDR" deals with the use of sport for political purposes by the two German states on the specific example of the Olympic Games in Munich in 1972. These Olympic games were a breakthrough for both countries. For the FRG as a host country, they created an opportunity to show the world, a new and modern Germany. However on the other hand, the GDR could use it's first equal participation with an independent team in the Olympics to it's own advantage. The first part of the thesis is focused on the development of German-German rivalry in the Olympics. The next chapter describes the Olympic games in Munich and also answers the question; what the two German states wanted to achieve, how they wanted to achieve their goals and which one of the German states was more succesful in overall rivalry through the use of the games. Attention is also paid to the influence on political rivalry between the two states of the Palestinian assassination at the games. The conclusions of the thesis are supported by the analysis of the response of the political rivalry of the GDR and the FRG at the Munich Olympics in print media. With a focus specifically on the East German newspaper- Neues Deutschland and West German newspaper-...
German anti- fascists in Czechoslovakia after World War II in comparison with the Carlsbad region
Deutschová, Kristýna ; Kučera, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
Between the German speaking population in the territory of Czechoslovakia, in years 1938 to 1945, was a group of people who were against the Nazi politics and who showed their will to defend the Czechoslovak country. Many of them participated actively too, mainly through foreign resistance, and a lot of them were imprisoned in concentration camps or even condemned to death. This bachelor thesis is about German anti-fascists in Czechoslovakia after the year 1945 and it partially focuses on the area of Carlsbad. After the definition of problematic concept anti-fascism and foreshadowing the position of anti-fascists in Czechoslovakia after the signature of the Munich Agreement, there is a description in individual chapters that are describing the development of the situation of German anti-fascist in the territory of Czechoslovakia after the World War II and conditions that were in place when the anti-fascist transports were leaving the country. In the last part of the thesis there is an outline describing the development of a situation of German anti-fascists in the area of Carlsbad. This thesis is trying to examine the development of a situation of German anti-fascist, in continuity with other parts of the land, and to define incidental differences.

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