Königgrätz /Hradec Králové, Battle of

   See Seven Weeks’ War.

Historical dictionary of Austria. . 2014.

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  • Hradec Králové — /hrddah dets krddah law ve/ a town in the N Czech Republic, on the Elbe River: Austrians defeated by Prussians in Battle of Sadowa 1866. 95,588. German, Königgrätz. * * * ▪ Czech Republic German  Königgrätz        town, north central Czech… …   Universalium

  • Hradec Králové — Geobox | Settlement name = Hradec Králové native name = other name = category = City image caption = flag border = 1 symbol = Hradec Kralove CoA CZ.svg etymology = official name = motto = nickname = The Salon of the Republic country = Czech… …   Wikipedia

  • Hradec Králové — /hrddah dets krddah law ve/ a town in the N Czech Republic, on the Elbe River: Austrians defeated by Prussians in Battle of Sadowa 1866. 95,588. German, Königgrätz …   Useful english dictionary

  • Battle of Königgrätz — Infobox Military Conflict caption=The Battle of Königgrätz by Georg Bleibtreu. Oil on canvas, 1869. partof=the Austro Prussian War conflict=Battle of Königgrätz date=3 July 1866 place=Sadová, Bohemia, present day Czech Republic result= Decisive… …   Wikipedia

  • Königgrätz, Battle of — or Battle of Sadowa (July 3, 1866) Decisive battle in the Seven Weeks War between Prussia and Austria, fought at Sadowa, near Königgrätz, Bohemia (now Hradec Králové, Czech Republic). The Austrians, equipped with muzzle loading rifles and relying …   Universalium

  • Königgrätz — /kɜnɪgˈgrɛts/ (say kernig grets) noun a town in the Czech Republic, in the north western part on the Elbe in Bohemia; the Prussians defeated the Austrians near here in the Battle of Sadowa, 1866. Czech, Hradec Kralove …   Australian English dictionary

  • Bataille de Königgrätz — Bataille de Sadowa Bataille de Sadowa La bataille de Sadowa, huile sur toile de Georg Bleibtreu (1869) Informations générales Date 3 juillet …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ludwig von Benedek — Ludwig August Ritter von Benedek [German title|Ritter] (14 July 1804 ndash; 27 April 1881), also known as Lajos Benedek, was an Austrian general ( Feldzeugmeister ) of Hungarian descent, best known for commanding the imperial army in 1866 in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Military of Austria–Hungary — Infobox National Military name= Military of Austria–Hungary native name= Österreichisch Ungarisches Militärwesen caption= Arms of the Dual Monarchy headquarters= Vienna commander in chief= Emperor Karl I(final) minister= Rudolf Stöger Steiner von …   Wikipedia

  • Military of Austria-Hungary — Österreichisch Ungarisches Militärwesen Arms of the Dual Monarchy Founded 1867 Disbanded …   Wikipedia

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