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Hannut

Hannut is a municipality of Belgium. It lies in the country's Walloon Region and Province of Liege. On January 1, 2006 Hannut had a total population of 14,291. The total area is 86.53 km² which gives a population density of 165 inhabitants per km².

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Battle Of Hannut
... The Battle of Hannut (not to be confused with the Battle of Gembloux Gap) was a Second World War battle fought during the Battle of Belgium which took place between 12 and 14 May 1940 at Hannut, Belgium ... German offensive operations in eastern Belgium at Hannut and Gembloux ... a prolonged defence at Gembloux, some 21 miles to the west of Hannut ...
Battle Of Hannut - Battle On 12 May - Morning Actions
... Panzerdivision raced to seize their first objective, Hannut, reaching the area that morning ... Div.) to concentrate on and secure Hannut to secure the 6th Army's flank ... not yet caught up with the armour, which made an immediate assault on Hannut risky, Major-General Stever of the 4th Pz ...
Battle Of Hannut - Battle On 12 May - Evening Action
... Rushing from the German staging area at Oreye, some 11 km to the northeast of Hannut, the 3rd Pz ... Prioux, but the XXVII Corps was still held up north of Liege 38 km east of Hannut, leaving Hoepner's southern flank exposed ... battalion supported by two artillery groups to push forward to Perwez, 18 km south west of Hannut, if possible ...
Greater Hannut Area
... Seventeen villages are included in the greater Hannut area Abolens, Avernas-le-Bauduin, Avin, Bertrée, Blehen, Cras-Avernas, Crehen, Grand-Hallet, Lens-Saint-Remy, Merdorp, Moxhe, Petit-Hallet, Poucet, Thisnes ... The Battle of Hannut, which began May 12, 1940, is credited with being the first battle between tanks of World War II ...
Hannut Formation - Stratigraphic Relations
... In Belgian lithostratigraphy the Hannut Formation is one of the two formations of the Landen Group ... and clays from the late Thanetian age), which is normally found on top of the Hannut Formation ... In the northern and eastern parts of Flanders the Hannut Formation lies stratigraphically on top of the Heers Formation (middle Paleocene sands and marls) ...