Armies to cross the Austrian frontier and unite near Gitschin, a point conveniently situated about the convergence of the roads crossing the Bohemian mountains.
Clam-Gallas then retired deliberately to Gitschin and took up a new position.
Haicheng represents Miinchengratz, Liao-Yang Gitschin, and the passes east of Liao-Yang Nachod and Trautenau.
GITSCHIN (Czech Jicin), a town of Bohemia, Austria, 65 m.
Gitschin was originally the village of Zidineves and received its present name when it was raised to the dignity of a town by Wenceslaus II.