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He played an important role during the Belgian Revolution, together with his colleague Sylvain Van de Weyer. He was a proponent of Belgian union with France, and adversary of William I of the Netherlands.
- Helmut Gaus (2007). Alexandre Gendebien en de organisatie van de Belgische revolutie van 1830 [Alexandre Gendebien and the Organisation of the Belgian Revolution of 1830] (in Dutch). Gent: Academia Press. ISBN 90-382-1173-2. 80 pages.
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