The battle of waterloo was fought on sunday 18 june 1815 near waterloo in belgium part of the united kingdom of the netherlands at the time a french army under the command of napoleon bonaparte was defeated by two of the armies of the seventh coalition . Waterloo a foregone conclusion 21 january 2015 explaining his theories about what really happened at the battle of waterloo napoleons four day campaign to capture brussels in 1815 was a fraught affair involving four battles three armies 350000 men and 90000 casualties. Would you believe that it was a foregone conclusion inside our free briefing napoleon bonapartes last campaign the battle of waterloo youll hear all about the doomed army of the north and the series of events that ensured their ultimate demise. The battle was therefore by no means a foregone conclusion especially when la haye sainte fell at around 615 pm wellington was right when he opined that waterloo had been a damned nice thing the nearest run thing you ever saw in your life
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