Division of River Escaut

River Escaut splits into two branches to join the Liaison Dunkerque-Escaut
Bassin Rond, Estrun, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
The nearest place in the direction of Saint-Quentin - Escaut Jonction is Ecluse double 5 et barrage d'Iwuy; 2.18 kilometres away.

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Sgt. Paul Smithhisler, 112th Engineers, 37th Ohio Division
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The Fortified Sector of the Escaut also known as the Fortified Sector of the Schelde, was the ... Named for the Escaut River (more commonly known as the Schelde), the Maginot .... to the east, the German 253rd Infantry Division began to bombard the Fort de Maulde on 20 May 1940, reaching the fort with infantry on 23 May.
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Six weeks were spent in Bourmont, France, where the Division received its final ... took this position and drove the Germans to the east bank of the Escaut River.
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The Scheldt is a 350-kilometre (220 mi) long river in northern France, western Belgium and the ... With the various divisions of the Frankish Empire in the 9th century, the Scheldt eventually became the border between the ... Canal de l' Escaut ...
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