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On November 23, 1745, the Battle of Hennersdorf was a significant Prussian victory in the Second Silesian War. Led by Frederick the Great, the Prussian army outmaneuvered and overpowered the Austro-Saxon forces, reinforcing Prussian control over the strategic region of Silesia.

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The Seven Years’ War, particularly the Third Silesian War, spanned from 1756 to 1763 and extended across continents. As the first global conflict, it shaped European history, and the future of nations like Prussia and Austria.

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The Battle of Leuthen, fought on December 5, 1757, marked a major triumph for Frederick the Great, as his smaller Prussian army defeated the larger Austrian forces through superior strategy and tactics during the Seven Years’ War in lower Silesia.

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The Via Regia, also known as the King’s Road, is a historic road, with origins dating back to the early history of Europe. Crossing it on a total length of more than 400 km, it formed one of the most important west-east connections on the continent for centuries.

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