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  • 1
    Language: Czech
    Year of publication: 2002
    Titel der Quelle: Retribuce v ČSR a národní podoby antisemitismu
    Angaben zur Quelle: (2002)
    Keywords: Deml, Jakub, ; Národní souručenství (Bohemia and Moravia) ; Antisemitism History 20th century ; Antisemitism History 20th century ; Jews History 20th century ; Jews History 20th century ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Influence ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Archival resources ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Influence ; War crime trials
    Abstract: Describes immediate postwar court cases brought against Nazi collaborators in Czechoslovakia, some of whom also perpetrated criminal or antisemitic acts against Jews during the war period (1939-1945). The articles are based on archival material held in various cities of Bohemia or Moravia, with the addition of one item on postwar Slovakia.
    Description / Table of Contents: Zeman, Pavel. Česká literatura o retribučním soudnictví [Czech literature on retribution justice]. 9-22.
    Description / Table of Contents: Bednařík, Petr. Retribuční soudnictví a český tisk [Retribution justice and the Czech press]. 23-30.
    Description / Table of Contents: Borák, Mečislav. Spisy mimořádných lidových soudů z let 1945-1948 v českých archivech a možnosti zkoumání židovské problematiky [Acts of the Extraordinary People's Courts from 1945-1948 in the Czech archives and possibilities of researching Jewish issues]. 31-58.
    Description / Table of Contents: Schallner, Dieter. Židovská problematika a antisemitismus ve spisech mimořádných lidových soudů ve Státním oblastním archivu v Zámrsku [Jewish issues and antisemitism in the files of the Extraordinary People's Courts in the State Regional Archive in Zámrsk]. 59-71.
    Description / Table of Contents: Janák, Dušan. Mimořádný lidový soud v Opavě 1945-1948 a židovská problematika v jeho spisech [The Extraordinary People's Court in Opava 1945-1948 and the Jewish issues in its records]. 72-82.
    Description / Table of Contents: Mašata, Jiří. Činnost Mimořádného lidového soudu v Novém Jičíně v letech 1945-1948 a židovská problematika [The Extraordinary People's Court in Nový Jičín 1945-1948 and Jewish issues]. 83-90.
    Description / Table of Contents: Kočová, Kateřina. Mimořádný lidový soud Liberec a některé případy související s židovskou problematikou [The Extraordinary People's Court at Liberec and some cases related to Jewish issues]. 91-96.
    Description / Table of Contents: Galečková, Iveta. Antisemitismus ve spisech Mimořádného lidového soudu v Olomouci [Antisemitism in the writings of the Extraordinary People's Court in Olomouc]. 97-105.
    Description / Table of Contents: Jechová, Květa. Deník žalobce jako přístupová cesta k porozumění fondu mimořádného lidového soudu a nebo jen oklika? [The prosecutor's journal as a way to understand the cases of the Extraordinary People's Court, or just a detour?]. 106-110.
    Description / Table of Contents: Ryba, Jan. Antisemitské delikty ve spisech trestních komisí nalézacích Ústředního národního výboru hlavního města Prahy [Antisemitic offenses documented by the Disciplinary Founding Commissions of the Central National Committee in Prague]. 111-120.
    Description / Table of Contents: Crhová, Marie. Židovská problematika a antisemitismus ve spisech podle tzv. malého dekretu v oblasti Krajského soudu Olomouc 1945-1948 [Jewish issues and antisemitism; a comparative study of cases tried by the Olomouc Regional Court (1945-48) in accordance with the Small Decree and those tried by the Extraordinary People's Court in Olomouc in accordance with the Great Decree]. 121-126.
    Description / Table of Contents: Kružík, Miroslav. Spisy tzv. malého dekretu v bývalých okresech Nové Město na Moravě a Velké Meziříčí [The so-called Small Decree cases in the former Nové Mesto na Morave and Velké Mezirící districts]. 127-136.
    Description / Table of Contents: Lneničková, Andrea. Činnost retribučních komisí v Ostravě v letech 1945-1948 [Activities of Retribution Commissions in Ostrava in 1945-1948]. 137-142.
    Description / Table of Contents: Jaburek, Martin. Antisemitismus Jakuba Demla ve spisech trestní komise ONV Velké Meziřící a MLS Jihlava [Jakub Deml's antisemitism in records of the Criminal Commission and of the Extraordinary People's Court in Jihlava]. 143-151.
    Description / Table of Contents: Krejčová, Helena. Poznámky k retribučnímu soudnictví na Slovensku [Several comments on retribution justice in Slovakia]. 152-160.
    Description / Table of Contents: Pešková, Jarmila. K antisemitským aktivitám Národního souručenství v letech 1939-1944 [The antisemitic activities of the National Union (Národní Sourucenství) Steering Committee in 1939-1944]. 161-172.
    Description / Table of Contents: Krejča, Otomar L.. Čestí fašisté ve spisech Archivu Ministerstva vnitra České republiky [The Czech fascists in documents of the Czech Ministry of Interior archives]. 173-183.
    Note: The articles are in Czech, with summaries in English or German.
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  • 2
    Language: Czech
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (video file 1:38:11) , Sound, Black and White
    Year of publication: 2017
    Series Statement: Socialism on Film
    Series Statement: The Holocaust & War Crimes
    Series Statement: Wars & Revolutions
    Keywords: Internet videos ; Fiction films
    Abstract: Feature film about the Kaufmans, a Jewish family living in Czechoslovakia during WWII, who are taken to Terezin (Theresienstadt), a transit base on the way to the extermination camps. [WARNING: contains scenes of dead bodies.]
    Abstract: The film opens with documentary footage of Adolf Hitler and other high ranking Nazis, intercut with marching troops. On the same day that a Jewish optician is forced to resign, her colleague proposes. As Jews are banned first from attending the theatre, and then from holding jobs in the civil service, her family consider migrating to South America. Their attempts fail, and the elderly members of the family are deeply distressed when they are forced to wear a yellow star. The family host a wedding for the young couple and afterwards, a friend commits suicide to avoid his transportation to Terezin. Soon most of the family is transported; in one harrowing scene, the family file forward into the camp, while coffins are carried out. The grandfather dyes his hair to pass as a young man and in one memorable scene, the prisoners march through the rain past a morose band. Tony poses as a Jewish man to visit Terezin and when he returns finds his father and brother were arrested and "killed while escaping". He is arrested, off-screen, and his wife sent to Terezin. In a dramatic scene, the prisoners realise they are constructing a gas chamber when children transported from a different camp flee from the sight of showers. The film ends with jubilant scenes of liberation and the reunion of husband and wife at a cemetery
    Note: Reproduction of Czechoslovakia, 1948
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  • 3
    Language: Czech
    Pages: 1 Blu-ray-Disc (104 Min.) , schwarz-weiß
    Year of publication: 2020
    Uniform Title: Daleká cesta
    Keywords: Blu-Ray-Disc
    Abstract: Made in 1948, just a few short years after the horrors it strives to process, Distant Journey is one of the first feature films to tackle the subject of the Holocaust, and was the debut film from controversial avant-garde visionary of Czech theatre, Alfréd Radok. Set in the Bohemian town of Terezín as the Nazi transports to German extermination camps began in earnest, Radok's vividly experimental film blends documentary footage with a fictional love story between a Jewish woman and her gentile husband. A mix of raw expressionist intensity and analysis, Distant Journey presents a harrowing account of the Nazi horrors of the recent past and remains a stark, ever-relevant warning from history. [www.amazon.co.uk]
    Description / Table of Contents: enthält außerdem:
    Note: 〈〈The〉〉 Opening of the Wells [Otvírání studánek] (1960) , Butterflies Don't Live Here [Motýli tady nežijí] (1958) , tschech. & dt. / UT: engl.
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  • 4
    ISBN: 9788090570399 , 8090570399
    Language: English
    Pages: 221 Seiten , Illustrationen , 26 cm
    Edition: 1. edition
    Year of publication: 2019
    Series Statement: Centrum pro dokumentaci majetkových převodů kulturních statků obětí II. světové války, o.p.s. 3
    Series Statement: Centrum pro dokumentaci majetkových převodů kulturních statků obětí II. světové války, o.p.s.
    Keywords: Kunstraub ; Arisierung ; Privatsammlung ; Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren
    Abstract: The book follows the fate of paintings from the Richard Popper collection, a Jewish collector of mostly Dutch, Flemish and Italian masters. Part of the collection has come through complicated paths to the National Gallery in Prague. These pictures are reproduced in our publication in color. Based on the archive survey, a catalog of all the works of this important collection was created, both of the images found and those lost. It includes an extensive study of the circumstances of confiscation and other war and post-war fates.
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