April 27 1974 for 2 weeks
The arrival of Blucher's Prussian army turned the tide against Napoleon in what Wellington described as a "Damn near-run thing".
Napoleon is defeated by Wellington's army. Napoleon is forced into exile.
June 18, Napoleon Boneparte's last battle
Oil on wood, Wellington Museum
Formed out of Randolph and St. Clair Counties in 1816 -- named for James Monroe who was Secretary of War and the 5th US President -- Belefountaine and Peterstown were formed into Waterloo -- first settled in the 1780s
Director: Sidney Gilliat. Also starred Joy Shelton, Alison Leggatt & Beatrice Varley
Director: Ross Cramer. Also starred Patricia Hodge, John Quentin & Brough Scott. Plot: A commuter's race to catch a rush-hour train, narrated in the style of a horse race.
ABBA; 1974; peaked at #4 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100
Also starred: Mae Clarke, Douglass Montgomery, Doris Lloyd
Oil on canvas, exhibited 1818; Tate Britain, London
1968; did not chart; appears on "Something Else by the Kinks"; included in the Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
June 18, Napoleon Boneparte's last battle, Prussians turned up just like the Yanks, late.
1974; huge European hit; peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100
ABBA - "My my, at Waterloo Napoleon did surrender"