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Battle Of Waterloo Collection

"The Battle of Waterloo: A Historic Clash that Shaped Nations" On the 18th of June, 1815, a momentous clash unfolded on the fields near Waterloo

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Lawrence - Duke of Wellington J040044

Lawrence - Duke of Wellington J040044
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " Arthur Wellesley, First Duke of Wellington " portrait by Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle Of Waterloo

Battle Of Waterloo
A plan of the Battle of Waterloo in present-day Belgium during the Napoleonic Wars, 18th June 1815. Here an Anglo-Allied army under the command of the Duke of Wellington defeated the Imperial French

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Map of the Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (19th century)

Map of the Battle of Waterloo, 18th June 1815 (19th century). Battle plan showing the positions of the British and French armies at the outset of the battle

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Lefevre - Napoleon Bonaparte N070490

Lefevre - Napoleon Bonaparte N070490
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " Napoleon Bonaparte" (1769-1821) by Robert Lefevre (1755-1830) after Francois Pascal Simon Gerard (1770-1837)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815

Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815
Scotland for Ever ; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815. The attack by the Royal Scots Greys cavalry regiment on the French 45th infantry was immortalised in this famous painting

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Allan - The Battle of Waterloo J040105

Allan - The Battle of Waterloo J040105
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " The Battle of Waterloo " 1815 by Sir William ALLAN (1782-1850)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Dawe - Field Marshal Blucher N070506

Dawe - Field Marshal Blucher N070506
APSLEY HOUSE " Field-Marshal Prince Von Blucher". Painted c.1818 by George DAWE (1781-1829). Gebhard Leberecht von Blucher Prince von Wahlstaff (1742-1819)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: British army advancing at the Battle of Waterloo, 1815

British army advancing at the Battle of Waterloo, 1815
Duke of Wellington ordering the entire British line to advance at the Battle of Waterloo, 1815. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle Of Waterloo

Battle Of Waterloo
A plan of the Battle of Waterloo in present-day Belgium during the Napoleonic Wars, 18th June 1815. Here an Anglo-Allied army under the command of the Duke of Wellington defeated the Imperial French

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Wellington at Waterloo (colour litho)

Wellington at Waterloo (colour litho)
1268536 Wellington at Waterloo (colour litho) by Hillingford, Robert Alexander (1825-1904); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Waterloo, The Charge of the Scots Greys (colour litho)

Waterloo, The Charge of the Scots Greys (colour litho)
2780524 Waterloo, The Charge of the Scots Greys (colour litho) by Wood, Stanley L. (1866-1928) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Waterloo, The Charge of the Scots Greys)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas)

Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas)
3431719 Capture of the Eagle, Waterloo, 1898 (oil on canvas) by Sullivan, William Holmes (1836-1908); 61x92 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; English, out of copyright

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: What will they say of this in England? Wellington to the troops at Waterloo (chromolitho)

What will they say of this in England? Wellington to the troops at Waterloo (chromolitho)
5234164 What will they say of this in England? Wellington to the troops at Waterloo (chromolitho) by Hillingford, Robert Alexander (1825-1904) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Artist

Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Artist: Felix Henri Emmanuel Philippoteaux
Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo, 1874, (c1915). Held by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle of Waterloo, 1815

Battle of Waterloo, 1815
Cavalry charge during Napoleons final battle at Waterloo, 1815. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: EVNT2A-00051

EVNT2A-00051
Napoleon and the Old Guard before the Battle of Waterloo, 1815. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th century painting

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: The Duke of Wellington at la Haye Sainte. The Battle of Waterloo

The Duke of Wellington at la Haye Sainte. The Battle of Waterloo. Artist: Sadler, William (1782-1839)
The Duke of Wellington at la Haye Sainte. The Battle of Waterloo. Private Collection

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 (1888). Artist: John Atkinson II

Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 (1888). Artist: John Atkinson II
Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 (1888). The Duke of Wellington (1769-1852), British Commander, with his staff, doffing his hat to another officer as the battle rages around them

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: BATTLE OF WATERLOO. Charge of the cavalry regiment, the Scots Greys, during the

BATTLE OF WATERLOO. Charge of the cavalry regiment, the Scots Greys, during the Battle of Waterloo, during the Napoleonic Wars, 18 June 1815. Illustration, English, 1894

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Illustration of Napoleonic Empire and main events of life of Napoleon Bonaparte

Illustration of Napoleonic Empire and main events of life of Napoleon Bonaparte
architecture, army, battle of waterloo, building exterior, conflict, , Dorling Kindersley Prints, Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 1821), 97976078

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Banquet commemorating the victory at Waterloo, 1836 (1900)

Banquet commemorating the victory at Waterloo, 1836 (1900). A banquet held by the Duke of Wellington at Apsley House, his London residence, on 18 June 1836

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: The period is towards the close of day... Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815

The period is towards the close of day... Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815
1268378 The period is towards the close of day... Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815, engraved by H. R. Cook, published by T. Clay and R. Lambe, June 1819 (engraving) by Sauerweld, A

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Fitzroy HJ Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan, British soldier, 19th century

Fitzroy HJ Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan, British soldier, 19th century. In the course of his distinguished military career, Lord Raglan served on Wellingtons staff from 1808-1812

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: DANIEL MACLISE Wellington and Blucher battle waterloo

DANIEL MACLISE Wellington and Blucher battle waterloo
The Meeting of Wellington and BlAOEcher after the Battle of Waterloo

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Napoleon at Waterloo, 1815 (engraving)

Napoleon at Waterloo, 1815 (engraving)
671014 Napoleon at Waterloo, 1815 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Napoleon at Waterloo, 1815)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: The Scots Greys (chromolitho)

The Scots Greys (chromolitho)
2782680 The Scots Greys (chromolitho) by European School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Scots Greys. Liebig card, published in early 20th century)

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Battle of Waterloo
2613377 Battle of Waterloo.; (add.info.: Battle of Waterloo. A dismounted life guardsman fighting a Cuirassiers whom he slew and rode off with his horse. 1816); GSinclair Archive/UIG

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 (litho)

Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 (litho)
8652531 Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 (litho) by Bartholomew, John George (1860-1920) ; Private Collection; (add.info.: Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Notorious blind beggar in costume of a survivor of the Battle of Waterloo with a portrait of a

Notorious blind beggar in costume of a survivor of the Battle of Waterloo with a portrait of a wounded sailor on his
FLO5000770 Notorious blind beggar in costume of a survivor of the Battle of Waterloo with a portrait of a wounded sailor on his chest

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle of Waterloo

Battle of Waterloo
2613380 Battle of Waterloo.; (add.info.: Battle of Waterloo. Captain Kelly (now Major) of the life guards gallantly attacking a Cuirassier whom he slew. 1816); GSinclair Archive/UIG

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle of Waterloo

Battle of Waterloo
2613385 Battle of Waterloo.; (add.info.: Battle of Waterloo. The decisive victory which restored the peace of Europe. 1815); GSinclair Archive/UIG

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle of Waterloo

Battle of Waterloo
2613375 Battle of Waterloo.; (add.info.: Battle of Waterloo. An ammunition waggon on fire and the horses taken fright. 1816); GSinclair Archive/UIG

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Wellington at Waterloo

Wellington at Waterloo
5322628 Wellington at Waterloo; (add.info.: Wellington at Waterloo, June 18, 1815. Engraving by Frederick Bromley after a work by Abraham Cooper.)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Meeting of Wellington and Blucher, Waterloo

Meeting of Wellington and Blucher, Waterloo
6266308 Meeting of Wellington and Blucher, Waterloo; (add.info.: The meeting of Wellington and Blucher near La Belle Alliance, June 18)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: General David Hendrik Chasse (engraving)

General David Hendrik Chasse (engraving)
6266105 General David Hendrik Chasse (engraving); (add.info.: General David Hendrik Chasse, 1765-1849. Dutch soldier best known for his bombardment of Antwerp in 1830)

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle of Waterloo

Battle of Waterloo
2613379 Battle of Waterloo.; (add.info.: Battle of Waterloo. Shaw the life guards-man's heroic attack on the French Cuirassiers. 1816); GSinclair Archive/UIG

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Battle of Waterloo

Battle of Waterloo
2613374 Battle of Waterloo.; (add.info.: Battle of Waterloo. Colonel Gordon mortally wounded. 1816); GSinclair Archive/UIG

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Gijsbertus Martinus Cort Heyligers (1770-1849). Lieutenant General in the Infantry, 1831

Gijsbertus Martinus Cort Heyligers (1770-1849). Lieutenant General in the Infantry, 1831. Creator: Jan Kieft
Gijsbertus Martinus Cort Heyligers (1770-1849). Lieutenant General in the Infantry, 1831

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Bernhard (1792-1862), hertog van Saksen-Weimar. Generaal in Nederlandse dienst, 1840-1862

Bernhard (1792-1862), hertog van Saksen-Weimar. Generaal in Nederlandse dienst, 1840-1862. Creator: Jacob Spoel
Bernhard (1792-1862), hertog van Saksen-Weimar. Generaal in Nederlandse dienst, 1840-1862

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Allegory of the Triumphal Procession of the Prince of Orange, the Future King Willem II

Allegory of the Triumphal Procession of the Prince of Orange, the Future King Willem II, as the Hero of Waterloo, 1815, 1815

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Monuments at Waterloo, 1815, 1815-1820. Creators: Anon, Gerrit Lamberts

Monuments at Waterloo, 1815, 1815-1820. Creators: Anon, Gerrit Lamberts
Monuments at Waterloo, 1815, 1815-1820. Landscape with the monuments established in memory of the Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Portrait of Lieutenant-General Frederik Knotzer, c.1832. Creator: Jan Willem Pieneman

Portrait of Lieutenant-General Frederik Knotzer, c.1832. Creator: Jan Willem Pieneman
Portrait of Lieutenant-General Frederik Knotzer, c.1832

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Portrait of Baron David Hendrik Chassé, Lieutenant-General, 1832. Creator: Jan Willem Pieneman

Portrait of Baron David Hendrik Chassé, Lieutenant-General, 1832. Creator: Jan Willem Pieneman
Portrait of Baron David Hendrik Chasse, Lieutenant-General, 1832

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: The Battle of Waterloo, 1824. Creator: Jan Willem Pieneman

The Battle of Waterloo, 1824. Creator: Jan Willem Pieneman
The Battle of Waterloo, 1824. Emperor Napoleon met his final defeat at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. This painting - the largest at the Rijksmuseum - shows the moment when the tide turned

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Cambronne, between 1879 and 1882. Creator: Emile Antoine Bayard

Cambronne, between 1879 and 1882. Creator: Emile Antoine Bayard
Cambronne, between 1879 and 1882

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Major-General Whichcote, Late 52nd Light Infantry, fought at Waterloo, 1794-1891. Creator: Unknown

Major-General Whichcote, Late 52nd Light Infantry, fought at Waterloo, 1794-1891. Creator: Unknown
Major-General Whichcote, Late 52nd Light Infantry, fought at Waterloo, 1794-1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: Sword of the Emperor Napoleon, at Windsor Castle, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Sword of the Emperor Napoleon, at Windsor Castle, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Sword of the Emperor Napoleon, at Windsor Castle, 1850. This interesting relic of the Emperor is preserved in the magnificent collection of arms in the north corridor at Windsor Castle

Background imageBattle Of Waterloo Collection: War memorials on the battlefield at Waterloo, Belgium, mid 19th century. Creator: Vanderhecht

War memorials on the battlefield at Waterloo, Belgium, mid 19th century. Creator: Vanderhecht
War memorials on the battlefield at Waterloo, Belgium, mid 19th century. Monuments on the site of the Battle of Waterloo, fought on 8 June 1815 between Napoleons forces




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"The Battle of Waterloo: A Historic Clash that Shaped Nations" On the 18th of June, 1815, a momentous clash unfolded on the fields near Waterloo. Lawrence, Duke of Wellington J040044, stood at the helm of the British army, determined to defend against Napoleon Bonaparte N070490 and his forces. The map of this legendary battle from the 19th century reveals its strategic complexity. As cannons roared and swords clashed, one iconic image emerged - "Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo. " These brave soldiers charged fearlessly into battle under a hailstorm of bullets. Their unwavering courage became etched in history. Meanwhile, Lefevre-N070490 led his troops with fervor as he sought victory over Wellington's forces. But it was not just these two commanders who played pivotal roles in this epic conflict. Field Marshal Blucher N070506 joined forces with Wellington's army to create an unstoppable alliance against Napoleon's ambitions. The British army advanced relentlessly across treacherous terrain during this fateful day. Allan-J040105 captured their determination in his artwork titled "The Battle of Waterloo. " It depicts soldiers pushing forward amidst chaos and destruction. "What will they say about this in England?" pondered Wellington as he rallied his troops with inspiring words before unleashing them onto the battlefield (chromolitho). The outcome would shape nations for years to come. As dusk settled over the battlegrounds, Dawe-N070506 immortalized this historic event in his painting - "The period is towards close of day. . Battle of Waterloo. " This masterpiece encapsulates both triumph and tragedy experienced by all those involved on that fateful day. The Battle Of Waterloo marked a turning point in European history – where empires rose and fell within hours. It forever altered political landscapes and defined military strategies for generations to come. Today, we remember those who fought valiantly on that hallowed ground.