Mont-Saint-Jean


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Mont-Saint-Jean

(môN-săN-zhäN), 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 campaignWaterloo campaign,
last action of the Napoleonic Wars, ending with the battle of Waterloo. Napoleon I, who escaped from Elba in Feb., 1815, and entered Paris on Mar. 20, soon faced a European coalition.
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In addition to the summer camp, Ospreys coaches and players will deliver specialist clinics across the week for the Belgian Rugby Federation, while a gala dinner will be hosted at Mont-Saint-Jean, located on the battlefield of Waterloo.