Wellington’s Men Remembered
A reference work which contains over 3,000 memorials to British soldiers who fought in the Napoleonic Wars as well as 150 battlefield and regimental memorials in 24 countries
From the Archive
The Association has begun the process of digitising our achive which goes back to the 1970's. It will present a valuable resource for scholars and those interesed in the period. A number of sample articles are available
A wide range of images will be available, from period drawings and painting, to modern day battlefield photos, reconstructions and Association events.
Wellington's Men Remembered
Volume 2

Has been released click here for the order form. Association members pay only £35
Songs of the Waterloo Era
Simpson's Folly have produced a number of contemporary songs to commemorate the bi-centenary of Waterloo, follow the link for samples and more information
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History of the Association
Learn about the founding of the Association and our objectives for the future
Become a Member
Discover the benefits of membership and the work you will be supporting
Waterloo 200
Visit our sister site and learn more about the Bi-centenary of Waterloo
For Members of the Association only. Your password can be found in your copy of the journal
Members Only Section
An historical society for those interested in the Battle of Waterloo and the Peninsular Campaigns of the Duke of Wellington
Updated Events List
Follow the link for a list of Napoleonic related events
Presentation by Gareth Glover on Wellington's first European victory-Copenhagen 1807
There is a dress code of smart casual wear
Anyone wishing to attend to please advise the secretary John Morewood (tjjp199@yahoo.co.uk)
AGM Cavalry and Guards Club 11th of April
Waterloo Association - Trips
Every year the association arranges a guided trip overseas to visit various battle sites. Follow the link to learn more about the 2016 and 2017 trips which looked at the Waterloo campaign from the French and Prussian perspectives.

There are still  a few places available on our highly successful and enjoyable study weekend in the beautiful Lake District. Subjects being covered include the medical services, Canada, New Orleans, The West Indies, Toussaint L'Ouverture , the struggle for liberation in South America and Lord Cochrane
Higham Hall