Hochkirch


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Hochkirch

(hōkh`kĭrkh), village, Dresden dist., E central Germany. At Hochkirch in 1758 the Austrians under Daun defeated Frederick II of Prussia. In 1813, Napoleon I defeated a Prussian-Russian army near the village.
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see Harz, 1957; Uvarov, 1977; Harrison, 1980; Zera and Denno, 1997; Zera, 2005; Hochkirch and Damerau, 2009).
Contained in the church of the Alpine village of Hochkirch, 40 miles north east of Dresden, is a Latin memorial to a Scots nobleman.