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Paul Anspach

1882 - 1981

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Paul Anspach (1 April 1882 – 28 August 1981) was a Belgian épée and foil fencer who competed in four consecutive Olympics (1908, 1912, 1920 and 1924). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Paul Anspach has received more than 14,433 page views. His biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Paul Anspach is the 4th most popular fencer (up from 6th in 2019), the 363rd most popular biography from Belgium (down from 320th in 2019) and the most popular Belgian Fencer.

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Among FENCERS

Among fencers, Paul Anspach ranks 4 out of 174Before him are Nedo Nadi, Edoardo Mangiarotti, and Helene Mayer. After him are Ramón Fonst, Endre Kabos, Ilona Elek, János Garay, Lucien Gaudin, Aldo Nadi, Ellen Preis, and Attila Petschauer.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1882, Paul Anspach ranks 124Before him are Arnold Rothstein, Yakov Perelman, James F. Byrnes, Monteiro Lobato, Kamo, and José Vasconcelos. After him are Hendrik Willem van Loon, Cai E, Max Decugis, Holland Smith, Joseph Marx, and Nicolae Titulescu. Among people deceased in 1981, Paul Anspach ranks 96Before him are Mohammad Beheshti, Savitri, Edvard Kocbek, Harry Harlow, Alexander Kotov, and Claude Auchinleck. After him are Zdeněk Burian, Ivan Eklind, Jaap Bakema, Jim Davis, Roman Rudenko, and Mariama Bâ.

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In Belgium

Among people born in Belgium, Paul Anspach ranks 363 out of 899Before him are Joseph Decaisne (1807), Edgar P. Jacobs (1904), Abraham Janssens (1570), Caspar Barlaeus (1584), Romelu Lukaku (1993), and Gillis van Coninxloo (1544). After him are Prince Laurent of Belgium (1963), Louis Michel (1947), Jaco Van Dormael (1957), George Washington (1871), Hieronymus Cock (1518), and Eugène Boch (1855).

Among FENCERS In Belgium

Among fencers born in Belgium, Paul Anspach ranks 1After him are Charles Delporte (1893) and Henri Anspach (1882).