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wget same filename from subdirectories and rename or concat

I would like to wget a file "index.html" from a site which is lies in different subdirectories and is different in size. The index.html shall be concatenated or renamed to index01.html index02.html .... I would like to store this file in just one directory and use the option -nd. Though i can't get the code solved to rename or concatenate.

This my code i got so far:
wget --mirror --no-directories --accept=index.html

Can anybody help?
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