Who Owned Waterloo?: battle, memory, and myth in British history, 1815-1852 Description
How great was the effect and extent of the victory in the battle of Waterloo on each nation of the seventh coalition, especially Britain? How impactful was it that Britain actively makes the victory well-recognized and visibly present in its history? Who Owned Waterloo?: battle, memory, and myth in British history, 1815-1852 by Luke Reynolds will dive deep into this spectacular phase of history and gives you all the answers you need.
The book discusses various forms of the ways the British commemorate, celebrate, and recreate the famous battle, thus deducting the insights into the significance of Waterloo has resulted in Britain’s national psyche.