Rozhovor Britských listů 111. Proč mají režimy nepotlačitelnou touhu občany pošpinit? [Britské listy interview 111. Why do authoritarian regimes have the unsuppressible desire to drag their citizens through mud?]

Culik, J. and Brdeckova, T. (2017) Rozhovor Britských listů 111. Proč mají režimy nepotlačitelnou touhu občany pošpinit? [Britské listy interview 111. Why do authoritarian regimes have the unsuppressible desire to drag their citizens through mud?]. [Audio]

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Abstract

Jan Čulík interviews Czech writer Tereza Brdečková, the author of Czech television miniseries "Bohéma" (Bohemia, 2017), which deals with the relentless political pressure applied by the Nazi and the communist authorities on the cinema celebrities of those eras. Brdečková explains why authoritarian regimes feel the need to force citizens to participate in their crimes and adds that this did not happen only in occupied Czechoslovakia, but also in other Nazi-occupied countries during World War II, such as France.

Item Type:Audio
Keywords:Czech Republic, television, miniseries, Bohéma, Teresa Brdečková, Czech history, Central European history, authoritarian regimes, Nazism, communism, celebrity culture, Miloš Havel, Vladislav Vančura, Vlasta Burian, Jaroslav Marvan
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Culik, Dr Jan
Authors: Culik, J., and Brdeckova, T.
Subjects:D History General and Old World > DD Germany
J Political Science > JC Political theory
N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR
College/School:College of Arts > School of Modern Languages and Cultures > Slavonic Studies
Publisher:Britské listy, Regionální televize
Copyright Holders:Britské listy
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