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Battle of Meissen
Part of Seven Years' War
Date1759-12-04
LocationSaxony Meissen, Saxony, present-day Germany
Result Austrian victory
Belligerents
Holy Roman Empire Austria Kingdom of Prussia Prussia
Commanders and leaders
Holy Roman Empire Austria Leopold Josef Graf Daun Kingdom of Prussia Prince Henry of Prussia[citation needed]
Strength
21,000 26,000
Casualties and losses
3,000 7,000


The Battle of Meissen (4 December 1759) was an Austrian victory over a larger Prussian army during the Seven Years' War. Despite being outnumbered by a 26,000 strong Prussian army, the 21,000 Austrians secured an important victory, which effectively kept their ally Saxony in the war.

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