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Instructions for Authors


By submitting a paper to the journal Vojenská história, authors declare their consent to the following conditions:
- The publisher of the journal Vojenská história retains the authors’ copyright to their articles published in this journal by way of a non-exclusive license. The publisher respects the copyright and other proprietary rights associated with the article; the right to use the substance of the article in future works/research of their own; the right to reproduce the article for their own purposes, provided that the first publication of the article/work in the journal Vojenská história is cited in the next publication/use of the work; and the right to self-archive the article. The authors give consent to publish their articles in the journal Vojenská história without restrictions.
- By submitting their articles to the Editorial Office of the journal (e-mail: for publication, the authors agree with the license under CC BY 4.0. Authors grant the editors and the publisher a license to publish their articles in the journal Vojenská história and to identify the journal as the original medium of publication. The Editorial Office and the publisher have the right to deposit articles in the journal‘s publicly accessible electronic archive and in any archives in which articles published in the journal are deposited, without requiring the express permission of the authors and provided that the requirements set forth in the CC BY 4.0 license are met. Redistribution of the text by the authors is permitted under this license if authorship is acknowledged and the Vojenská história is named as the medium in which the text was published. References to the published text are to be made in accordance with the usual citation standards.
- By sending the text to the Editorial Office of the journal Vojenská história, the authors declare that they have read the ethical standards of the journal.They further acknowledge that the submitted paper will be subject to peer review in accordance with the Statutes and that the submitted paper meets the requirements for the formal editing of the text.
- Authors‘ papers to the journal Vojenská história are honoured in accordance with the internal regulations of the Institute of Military History. In addition to the honorarium, the author has the right to receive one copy of the printed issue of the journal in which his/her paper was published. No fees are required from authors for publication in the journal. If the author wishes to publish visual material with his/her paper, he/she is obliged to send the Editorial Office an affidavit that he/she is the holder of the rights to the visual material or that he/she has received permission from the rights holder to publish it.
Peer-reviewed papers (studies, edited documents) must contain the following information:
- title of the article
- author‘s name, names of co-authors. Studies with more than three co-authors will be rejected by the Editorial Office
- abstract
- key words
- introduction. The length of the introduction should be in appropriate proportion to the actual text of the study. The author should introduce the reader to the topic, explain how his/her paper contributes to the state of knowledge, explain the methodology used, etc.
- The text of the study itself. The formal requirements published here should be followed.
- Tables and image attachments should be supplied as separate files, not pasted into the text file
- Conclusion. The scope of the conclusion should appropriately complement the body of the study itself, and the author should summarize there the most important results of the research or the most important ideas of the study.
- Institutional affiliation of the author
- Author‘s contact, the email will be published in the journal
The journal Vojenská história also publishes unreviewed papers. They are shorter texts, usually of an informative nature, which deal with topics and events that are related to the focus of the journal and are considered relevant by the Editorial Board. By such papers we mean primarily reviews and annotations of published books, reports on conferences and other events, and so on.

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