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Two hundred years after the Belgian fields were sodden with blood, the Prince of Wales trod in the footsteps of Wellington and Napoleon to unveil a memorial on the eve of the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Accompanied by Charles Wellesley, the 9th Duke of Wellington, and descendants of other key players in a battle that would culminate in Napoleon’s final defeat, Prince Charles arrived at the former site of Le Belle Alliance farm, Waterloo, which served as the French emperor’s HQ on 18 June 1815, before walking along a dusty farm track which skirts the battlefield. At Hougoumont Farm – the chateau and farmhouse held by the British and scene of some of the fiercest fighting of that day, he unveiled a memorial commemorating the British, Prussian, Dutch and Belgian soldiers who died.
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