Epic History TV brings you a blow-by-blow account of the entire Waterloo campaign in 14 minutes, with dramatic animations, detailed maps and stunning images from the period, including rarely seen photographs of survivors of Napoleon's army.
In 1815, eight miles south of Brussels, two of history's greatest generals met in battle for the first and only time: Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French, and the Duke of Wellington. The result was an epic, brutal battle that would decide the fate of Europe.
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