Film records the official homecoming of the Czech airmen who have just returned from England after fighting in the RAF, their triumphant welcome by the people of Prague and their parade before Benes.
Airmen stand to attention, ready for inspection from and address by General Bocek, near their Liberators and Spitfires (decorated with rampant lion) on Ruzyn airfield. Airmen march past Generals Svoboda, Bocek and Janousek. Shots of two bemedalled Russian officers next to the British Ambassador, Peter Nichols, with his wife; also of 4-stripe RAF Marshal. Airport building, which is covered with banners reading "Comrade airmen, we welcome you home! Long live the Czech Republic!", is crowded with relatives who flood over the tarmac to be reunited with their sons and brothers. Scene then changes to Prague where the Czech airmen, still in their RAF uniforms, march down Wenceslas Square past cheering and waving crowds... They later assemble in the Old Town Square where some are decorated by President Benes and General Bocek. a large audience which includes Prime Minister Fierlinger and Ambassador Nichols then hears the President read a long speech; march past followed by flypast with Liberators.