The National shooting range (French language: Tir national, Dutch language: Nationale Schietbaan ) is a firing range and military training complex of 20 hectares situated in the commune of Schaerbeek in Brussels. During World Wars I and II, the site was used as an execution site where civilians, prisoners and captured members of the resistance were executed by German occupiers.
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