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Historique : #1 Au 12 ème siècle, l'abbaye de Marchiennes y possède des biens
importants. Le village a été partagé entre Aubers-Empire, qui relevait de
Warneton, et Aubers-Chatellenie, qui relevait de Lille et d'Artois. Au 18 ème
siècle, le village appartient à Blondel d'Aubers, procureur général au Parlement
de Flandre. Aubers est complètement détruit durant la première guerre
mondiale à l'occasion d'une bataille pour la conquête de la très modeste hauteur
connue sous le nom de "Crête d'Aubers".

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Historic: #2 In the 12 century, the abbey of Marchiennes possesses there many important goods.  The town was divided between Aubers-Empire, that raised Warneton, and Aubers-Chatellenie, that raised Lille and of d'Artois.  In the 18 century ème, the town belonged to Blondel d'Aubers, the attorney general of the Parliament of Flandre.  Aubers was completely destroyed during the first world-wide war during the occasion of the battle for the conquest of a very small hill or crest known as "d'Aubers Crest".


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