|Cast||James A. FitzPatrick|
|Plot||Following WWI, the old Austro-Hungarian Empire was divided into several independent nations, including Czechoslovakia, which itself is composed of the two branches of the Slavic nation. Prague, its largest city, sits on the banks of the Vltava River. It has been the center of arts and culture for a millennium, largely due to Charles IV, after who many landmarks in the city are named. The Charles Bridge, the Prague Castle, the Tyne Church, a backward moving Jewish clock, and a mechanical astronomical clock (the latter three which are situated in the main town square) are some of the city's main sights. A parade through the city, representing the provinces of the republic, features locally elected boys to act as king for their area. The parade also has a noticeable absence of militarism, as it is the culture and agrarian spirit of the country that is featured.... search for Czechoslovakia on Parade on IMDb|
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