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The Battle Of Waterloo

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'Twas in the year 1815, and on the 18th day of June,
That British cannon, against the French army, loudly did boom,
Upon the ever memorable bloody field of Waterloo;
Which Napoleon remembered while in St. Helena, and bitterly did rue.
The morning of the 18th was gloomy and cheerless to behold,
But the British soon recovered from the severe cold
That they had endured the previous rainy night;
And each man prepared to burnish his arms for the coming fight.

Then the morning passed in mutual arrangements for battle,

And the French guns, at half-past eleven, loudly did rattle;
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Gangadharan Nair Pulingat 05 February 2015

A great poem about the war of waterloo in which Nepoleon was defeated.

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