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Mont-Saint-Jean

Mont-Saint-Jean (môN-săN-zhäN) [key], village, Walloon Brabant prov., central Belgium, on a height S of Waterloo. The British resisted the French onslaught there at the end of the Waterloo campaign (1815).

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