The Waterloo Campaign 1815

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You think Napoleon should await the invasion and fight a defensive campaign? So does the Duke of Wellington, for it is only a year since Napoleon fought such a campaign against great odds, though unsuccessfully in the end, by throwing his army first against one of the Allies, then against another.

But the French have not welcomed back their Emperor in order to endure another invasion; the cry of ‘Vive l'Empéreur !' awakens memories of past victories and Napoleon cannot afford to wait; he must strike before the full force of the Allies can be brought to bear.

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