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(Slovak title: Ministr zahranicnich veci Vladimir Clementis, jeho urad a jeho diplomate (Prispevek k problemu formovani diplomacie komunistickeho Ceskoslovenska v letech 1948 - 1949)). The study is concerned with the activities of Vladimir Clementis (1901-1952) in directing the diplomacy of Czechoslovakia, especially in the role of minister of foreign affairs in the period 1948-1950. Clementis, leftist intellectual and 'undogmatic' communist as a head of Prague diplomacy, after the communist coup of February 1948, still attempted to achieve some degree of autonomy in the foreign policy of people's democratic Czechoslovakia. However, the growing Cold War between the Soviet Union and the West reduced the space for such a policy almost to zero. The views of Moscow became the deciding factor for the diplomatic activity of Czechoslovakia. The majority of specific steps, including the appointment of personnel to the Prague diplomatic apparatus, were not decided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but by the apparatus of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. In February 1949, Clementis was forced to introduce a radical reorganization of his office according to the model of the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which gave the Prague foreign ministry roughly the organizational structure. In relation to the overall development of world politics, Clementis had to give up most of his more independent positions. However, pressure from the 'Stalinists' led by V. Siroky, led him being deprived of his post in March 1950 and replaced by Siroky himself. Clementis was fallen victim to the fabricated political trial in 1952.
The study deals with the relationship between critics from the magazine DAV's circle and the Czech critic F. X. Salda. There seem to be three complementary ways relating to Salda that can be tracked in the Davists' approach to him from 1937 (F. X. Salda's death), and especially after 1948: they are called domestication, interpretation and manipulation. Salda's critical methods were well received and applied by Slovak Marxist critics from the magazine DAV in order to solve Slovak culture problems however his opinions were also significantly reshaped under the influence of ideology. Vladimir Clementis is used as an example to prove this fact. The study deals also with the influence of Salda's personalistic criticism as a model and pattern on Slovak cultural environment before World War II and is concerned with opinion adjustments made by some of the Slovak promoters of Salda's criticism after the rise of Communist dictatorship (Alexander Matuska). In conclusion, there is given evidence that Salda as a representative of a certain approach to cultural issues is still present in the current Slovak literary discussions, e.g. in Julius Vanovic's works.
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