KAŽDODENNÍ ŽIVOT DĚTÍ A PROBLEMATIKA DELIKVENCE ZA PRVNÍ SVĚTOVÉ VÁLKY
Everyday life of children and problems of delinquency during the World War I
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The paper discusses the life of children during the First World War and the problem of delinquency and criminality of young people. The article uses the memories of Miroslav Mužík and Stanislav Řada. Stanislav Řada spent the war as a delinquent child - he stole coal, food and he roamed the streets of Prague while Miroslav Mužík spent his youth and the war in the reformatory. The paper describes the causes of the rising delinquency and also the lives of young delinquents. It compares the two life experiences. The war changed everything - influenced life in the institution and also the life out of the institution.
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