Battle of Prague

Battle of Prague may refer to:

  • Battle of White Mountain (1620), an early battle in the Thirty Years' War
  • Battle of Prague (1648), the last action of the Thirty Years' War
  • Siege of Prague (1742), a siege during the War of the Austrian Succession
  • Battle of Prague (1757), a battle in which Prussians beat Austrians in the Seven Years' War
    • Siege of Prague, which directly followed the 1757 battle
  • Prague Offensive (1945), the last major Soviet operation of World War II in Europe

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... time the overwhelming force of the Soviet Armies sent to occupy Czechoslovakia in the Prague Offensive gave them no option but to surrender or be killed ...

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