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June 2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the bloody climactic showdown of the Napoleonic Wars - The Battle of Waterloo.
Following last year’s moving commemorations marking the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1 and the 50th of end the first World War 2, military history is in the spotlight.
Now two of the best military historians in the business, popular broadcasters Peter and Dan Snow, will be out on the road with Clive Conway Productions this summer bringing the historic clash between Napoleon and Wellington at Waterloo into sharp focus.
Their illustrated talk based on their new book The Battle of Waterloo Experience explains how, on the morning of Sunday 18th June 1815, these two military giants faced each other for the first and only time across the sodden rolling Belgian farmland south of Brussels.
More than 150,000 French, British, Dutch and Prussian soldiers fought an epic, bloody and decisive battle that ended the Napoleonic Wars. It cost the lives of tens of thousands of men but led to decades of international peace in Europe.