The most BRUTAL wounds from the Battle of Waterloo

Battle of Waterloo

In this video I look at some of the most brutal wounds sustained during the Battle of Waterloo. Waterloo is widely considered as one of the most bloody battles in Europe where there were over 62,000 casualties sustained on both sides, I show you the evidence of these injuries in the bones that were left behind.

on 18 June 1815 Napoleon Bonaparte had succeeded in driving a wedge between the Allied army commanded by Wellington and the Prussian army commander by Boucher. If he could defeat each army separately he would surely be victorious. however, if the Allied and Prussian army massed he was sure to be defeated.
Credit to : The History Explorer

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