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Olympic fencing career
Anspach, who was Jewish, was born in Brussels, Belgium. He competed for the Belgian fencing team at the 1912 Summer Olympics. He won a gold medal in the team épée competition, along with teammates were Jacques Ochs, Gaston Salmon, and brother Paul Anspach.
Anspach also competed on the men's sabre team, which came in fifth.
In individual events, Anspach finished 16th in foil and 12th in épée.
Anspach later became a painter.
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