Baťa

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.
Baťa Service Centre, Prague, 1930

Baťa Service Centre, Prague, 1930

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

Mayor of Zlín T. Baťa welcoming President Masaryk, 24 June 1928

Mayor of Zlín T. Baťa welcoming President Masaryk, 24 June 1928

Baťa pavilion at the World Exhibition, Paris, 1937

Baťa pavilion at the World Exhibition, Paris, 1937

Chemist in a research institute, Otrokovice, 1938

Chemist in a research institute, Otrokovice, 1938

Residential districts on the eastern edge of Zlín, 1938

Residential districts on the eastern edge of Zlín, 1938

Baťa factory, Ottmuth, Germany, 1932

Baťa factory, Ottmuth, Germany, 1932

Baťa ship Morava, purchased in 1932, anchored in Algiers

Baťa ship Morava, purchased in 1932, anchored in Algiers

Sports day held at a new stadium of the Baťa sports club, 1934

Sports day held at a new stadium of the Baťa sports club, 1934

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