The Czech revolt to liberate city from German occupation and Czech President Benes returns after 7 years of exile in Prague.
Prague Czechoslovakia Date:1945, July 9 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
Czechoslovakians fight for freedom in Prague uprising near the end of World War II. The Czechoslovakians revolt to liberate the city of Prague from German occupation. Civilians burn German flags. Police capture German ammunition. The civilians throw hand grenades and fire guns on streets at German forces. Explosions arise during the battle. Dead bodies of rebel civilians on streets. Czech police and citizens inspect the surrendered Germans. Civilians and defenders happily greet Soviet Army tanks as they enter the city following retreat of Germans. Men and women collaborators are marched through city streets toward incarceration in concentration camps. President of Czechoslovakia Edvard Benes disembarks a train. The President returns to Prague after 7 years of exile. An officer salutes the President. A large crowd of civilians gathered to greet the President. The President waves at the gathering from the balcony of a building.
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