Hohenfriedeberg

Hohenfriedeberg (hōˌənfrēˈdəbərk) [key], Pol. Dobromierz, town, Dolnośląskie prov., SW Poland. In 1745 it was the site of the victory of Frederick II of Prussia over the Austrian and Saxon forces in the War of the Austrian Succession. Hohenfriedeberg was ceded to Poland after World War II.

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