Katedra historických věd / Department of Historical Sciences


Recent Submissions

Kotva, Aleš
Aspekty britsko-německého jednání o alianci z roku 1901

The aim of the study is to summarise several factors which greatly infl uenced the course of British-German relations on an alliance and at the same time explain the foundations for the actual emergence of these negotiations. Within the framework of the established goals, it&#...

Tóth, Andrej , Kratochvílová, Inka , Drábek, Jakub , Novotný, Lukáš , Hellerová, Věra , Červený, Martin , Tóthová, Valérie
On the Issue of the Spanish Flu in the First Czechoslovak Republic

The aim of this paper is to summarize the impact of Spanish influenza on the Czechoslovak Republic, examine the spread of Spanish influenza, and analyze its impact on the mortality of the population. The work is based on an analysis of mostly secondary historical sources ...

Novotný, Lukáš
Právo na sebeurčení pro Němce v Čechách, na Moravě a ve Slezsku. Propagační brožury českých a moravských Němců jako prostředek politického boje

The study is based on published sources and its aim is an analysis of the propa-gational brochures from the provenance of Czech, Moravian, and Silesian Germans. Another aim is to show the brochures as one of the means of fighting for national self-determination in the tur...

Boček, Martin
Cunard Line and its operations within the Habsburg Monarchy

The article depicts and analyses shipping in the Habsburg Monarchy. It is closely related to the overseas companies, one of which was Cunard Line. This shipping company was founded in the 19th century and as one of the fist with other shipping companies occupied an importa...

Červený, Martin , Tóthová, Valérie , Novotný, Lukáš , Kratochvílová, Inka , Hellerová, Věra , Tóth, Andrej
Promoting diversity and national minority education in midwifery and nursing in the First Czechoslovak Republic (1918–1938): A historical analysis

Introduction: The independent Czechoslovak state, established in 1918, had to cope with the multi-ethnic aspect of its many areas. Only 65% of the population belonged to the state that made up the Czechoslovak nation; the rest were national minorities, most of whom were Germans...