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Battle of Waterloo

June 18, 1815 is the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo and the British and Allied victory over Napoleon, a man whose megalomaniacal dream of a Europe under his rule killed millions of men and women.

After they get going, men such as Napoleon and Hitler have to be stopped by force. There is simply no other way to stop them. Wearing a simple black civilian hunting coat on the battlefield, the Duke of Wellington ignores the overwhelming likelihood of defeat and succeeds in delivering to Napoleon his Waterloo.

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The post below suggests that force is not the only way to win wars.

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