Československo-polská turistická konvence 1925
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CZECHOSLOVAK-POLISH TOURIST TRAFFIC CONVENTION OF 1925
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This study represents a probe method into hiking and tourism development in the interwar period. It is thematically directed to an analysis of the Convention concerning tourist traffic signed between Czechoslovakia and Poland in May 30, 1925 and its estimation. This convention brought quite broad possibility of travel in defined frontier regions of both states to organized tourists and was rare with its coverage in the Central European criterion. The author aimed at causes of a convention preparation and at discussions related with its text preparation. He is dealing with a specification of particular tourist zones in some detail and with negotiations about valid extension of the tourist convention advantages, which were held in the early thirties. The author also foreshadowed the convention incidence on a common tourist traffic life in the Czechoslovak-Polish frontier region in the interwar period. The theme of Czechoslovak-Polish relations in tourist traffic field was noted only marginally in the Czech historiography. So that's why the author mostly used contemporary materials with emphasis on an archival research for the text processing.
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