Katedra historických věd / Department of Historical Sciences


Recent Submissions

Boček, Martin , Kozák, Vratislav
Po kolejích do nového světa: Emigrace z habsburské monarchie tzv. Jižní cestou

The study deals with the issue of emigration from the Habsburg monarchy in connection with the use of railways as a means of transport. Specifically, it focuses on the analysis of large-scale emigration from the Habsburg monarchy and the construction of a railway connection fr...

Kodet, Roman
The Importance of Geography and Natural Conditions for Japan’s Pre-Modern History

Modern scholars consider Japan as a separate civilization different from its continental counterparts. This fact is contributed mostly to the special conditions in which its society developed. The geographical and natural conditions of Japanese Islands influenced the shape of the its pre-mod...

Lhoták, Jan
Výdaje českých královských měst na stavovské povstání: Sušice 1618–1619

This paper uses the example of a specific town to look at ways to calculate the costs related to the Bohemian Revolt of 1618–1620 can be cal culated. Basic information is first summarised, and an analysis is then given using the example of the Royal Town ...

Kodet, Roman
The World of Japanese Chronicles. War Stories in the Japanese Historiography

The Japanese historiography had an early beginning. Its tradition started with the chronicles Kojiki and Nihongi compiled for the Imperial Court in Kyoto in the 8th century. There were created a lot of other historical works – official histories, biographies, diaries etc.&#...

Martínek, Daniel
Austria and the Papal States in the Context of the Italian Liberal-national Movement, 1838–1848

The aim of the study is to analyse Austro-papal relations in the period 1838–1848 in the context of the Italian liberal-national movement. The reactionary, backward, absolutist regime of the papal government had often been the cause of the crises in the Papal States&#x...