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Knihovna Univerzity Tomáše Bati ve Zlíně
Tomas Bata (1876, Zlín – 1932, Otrokovice) ranks among distinguished personalities of the 20th century both in his home country and abroad. The scope of his activities was amazing, and his ideas, acts and initiatives appeal to us even today.
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The world's first Elevator-Office at Bata's 1939 headquarters in Zlin (Czech Republic)

The world's first Elevator-Office at Bata's 1939 headquarters in Zlin (Czech Republic)

Work Square, 1937-38

Work Square, 1937-38

View of one of the streets with semi-detached houses in the Díly district, 1940

View of one of the streets with semi-detached houses in the Díly district, 1940

Residential districts on the eastern edge of Zlín, 1938

Residential districts on the eastern edge of Zlín, 1938

View across the factory towards the Letná district, 1936

View across the factory towards the Letná district, 1936

Marie Baťa, Jan A. Baťa and Thomas Baťa Jr

Marie Baťa, Jan A. Baťa and Thomas Baťa Jr

Hugo Vavrečka and Jan A. Baťa welcoming Indian Trade Minister at the airport in Otrokovice, 1937

Hugo Vavrečka and Jan A. Baťa welcoming Indian Trade Minister at the airport in Otrokovice, 1937

Baťa School of Work - a group of Indians, 1933

Baťa School of Work - a group of Indians, 1933

Baťa School of Work - a group of Englishmen, 1933

Baťa School of Work - a group of Englishmen, 1933

French industrialist visiting Zlín, 1929

French industrialist visiting Zlín, 1929

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