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Partly due to the Pandemic we are searching for ways to bring more value to our members and raise awareness of the Association and it work. Our first YouTube video is a service of commemoration for the 205th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. We hope to bring you more content soon.
Age of Revolution launches FREE TO ACCESS Napoleonic War Archive Material Waterloo 200 Ltd and the Age of Revolution have commissioned Gareth Glover to transcribe a large selection of Napoleonic archival material for free access by both students, teachers and enthusiasts. Nothing gives a clearer understanding of the lives led by the officers, soldiers and […]
Dear Members Due to the current crisis we are unable to hold our usual Annual General Meeting. We do however want to keep you updated as to the state of the Association and future plans. Chairman’s Statement Report of the Trustees Balance Sheet of the Association as of Dec 2019 Full Financial Statement
I had hoped to have delivered this in person at our Annual General Meeting scheduled for 8th April but, as you are aware, we have had to cancel this due to the impact of the Corona virus. At this moment our plans are to hold the AGM before our scheduled meeting at the East India […]
The Waterloo Association presents the Napoleon Series website For over two decades Bob Burnham and his team have developed and expanded The Napoleon Series to the important and significant research source that it is today with over 20,000 informative and interesting articles. The Waterloo Association is pleased and honoured to be able to take over […]
As you will be aware there are very different opinions about the level of isolation needed to control the outbreak and this is changing daily.. It is very difficult to forecast the future but we realise that we may have to cancel events at short notice in line with government advice. Due to the current […]
WATERLOO ASSOCIATION EXPEDITION TO IRELAND 2018 In August we undertook our most ambitious trip yet, a 5 day + trip to look at Ireland in the 18th century concentrating on Wellington sites (he was born in Dublin on 1st May 1769) and sites connected with the 1798 rebellion (many people he knew served in the […]
Picton’s Division at Waterloo is a detailed analysis of a British Division in Wellington’s Army, looking not only at the role it played in the campaign, but how that campaign affected its constituent units.