The Waterloo Association would like to express our heartfelt thanks for the life and work of HM Queen Elizabeth ll. She led our country for 70 years with dignity and selfless dedication, representing our nation to the world. She will be greatly missed.
The last year many of you have joined us for a wide range of fascinating talks on Zoom. If you missed these you can now catch up on them in our Members Area. Along with other talks and podcasts. The password is contained within your Journal. New Releases Winter Lecture Series:The 1801 Egyptian Campaign – by […]
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 […]
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 […]
These are stories that seem to belong to another age, legends of centaurs, titans, with human heads and the bodies of horses galloping to the assault of Olympus, horrible, sublime, invulnerable beings, both gods and beasts ….
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 […]