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Namur

German forces - a standard bearer, and troops in picklehaube firing rifles, below a hilltop fortress. A Zeppelin is overhead, and a wounded Belgian soldier is in the foreground.

German forces - a standard bearer, and troops in picklehaube firing rifles, below a hilltop fortress. A Zeppelin is overhead, and a wounded Belgian soldier is in the foreground.

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Vor Namur

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Belgium's defensive line facing Germany to the east followed the Meuse River from the Netherlands to France with the fortresses of Li├Ęge, Namur, and Dinant. The German siege of Namur lasted from August 18 to 23.

Namur is a city in Belgium.

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Statistics for Namur (1)

Type Statistic
Population 32,362