THE LONGEST AFTERNOON
In 1815, Napoleon returned to France, where two hastily mobilized armies faced each other for the future of Europe. Neither side could have predicted that the battle would be decided by the Second Light Battalion, King's German Legion, given the simple task of defending Haye Sainte farmhouse. Their actions, which decided the most influential battle in European history, are chronicled here.
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