Meuse-Inférieure
Meuse-Inférieure ("Lower Meuse"; Dutch: Nedermaas or Beneden-Maas; German: Niedermaas) is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present-day Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. ...
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Lys (department)
Lys is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present Belgium. It is named after the river Lys. It was created on 1 October 1795, when the Southern Netherlands were annexed by France....
Deux-Nèthes
Deux-Nèthes (Dutch: Twee Nethen) is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present Belgium and the Netherlands. It is named after two branches of the river Nete. The southern part...
Forêts
Forêts was a département of the French First Republic, and later the First French Empire, in present Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. Its name, meaning 'forests', comes from the Ardennes forests. It...
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Ourthe (department)
Ourthe is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present day Germany and Belgium, at the time written as Ourte by French officials. It was named after the river Ourthe. Its territory ...
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Sambre-et-Meuse
Sambre-et-Meuse was a département of the First French Empire in present Belgium. It was named after the rivers Sambre and Meuse. Its capital was Namur. The département came into existence in 1795, whe...
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Sarre (department)
Sarre is the name of a department of the First French Empire, having been annexed in 1680, now part of Germany and Belgium. It is named after the river Saar. It was formed in 1798, when the left bank ...
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Jemmape (department)
Jemmape is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present Belgium. It was named after the Battle of Jemappes, fought between the French and the Austrians in 1792 near the village Jema...
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Escaut (department)
Escaut was a department of the First French Empire in present day Belgium and Netherlands. It was named after the river Scheldt, which is called the Escaut in French. It was formed in 1795, when the S...
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Dyle (department)
Dyle was a département of the First French Empire in present Belgium. It was named after the river Dijle, which flows through the département. Its territory corresponds more or less with that of the B...
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