The New International Encyclopædia/Radeberg
|←Radde, Gustav Ferdinand Richard||The New International Encyclopædia
|Edition of 1905. See also Radeberg on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.|
RADEBERG, rä'de-bĕrK. A town in the Kingdom of Saxony. Germany, situated about ten miles northeast of Dresden (Map: Germany, E 3). It has glass works, paper mills, and manufactures of nails, safes, furniture, etc. Population, in 1900, 12,918.