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Location: Walbrzych, Lower Silesia, Poland (Waldenburg, Schlesien)

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Sunday, September 16th 2012, 9:58am

Monument at Fürstenknöckel (Michelsdorf bei Liebau)


I am asking for help.
In the village of Miszkowice, Lower Silesia, Poland (Michelsdorf, Schlesien) on September 1810 there was a secret meeting of K. Stein and K. A. Hardenberg.
They discussed about reforms of the Prussian State after the napoleonic wars. The meeting had a place in Karczma Książęca (Fürstenkretscham).

To memorize this historical meeting a monument on Książęca Kostka (Fürstenknöckel) was erected later.
Nowadays it is in such a state:

Maybe something should be done with it. Has anybody any old photographs or documentation of the monument?

If it will not be possible to do something more I would like something like here in Godzieszówek (Güntersdorf - Schlacht bei Hohenfriedberg) to be done.

Before WWII:

Hope I will be able to motivate other people to help me in this matter, to do it alone will be difficult. But there is a hope.

I understand German very well, but prefer to write in English, sorry.

Best wishes,

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "Fadel" (Sep 17th 2012, 10:24am)