Waterloo French Battle Map


The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815 about 2 kilometers south of the town of Waterloo, Belgium. At the time Waterloo was apart of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. As Napoleon returned from exile, the Seventh Coalition formed of English, Irish, Dutch, Germans, and Prussians. After Blucher and the Prussians broke Napoleons right flank and the Duke of Wellington attacked straight on, the French were soundly defeated and Bonaparte abdicated four days later. The Battle of Waterloo was the last of the Napoleonic Wars.

This French map shows the battle with color coded unit designators with 1st and 2nd positions. 

Result: Allied Victory

Created/Published: Unknown

Dimensions (Width x Height): 13.7x10.8

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