Battle of Liegnitz

Battle of Liegnitz

Two military engagements are known as the Battle of Liegnitz after the Silesian town of Liegnitz - Legnica, in south-western Poland:
* The Battle of Legnica (1241) was a battle in the Mongol invasion of Europe
* The Battle of Liegnitz (1760) was a battle in the Seven Years' War

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