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REMAINS DISCOVERED AT WATERLOO
The NRWGC welcomes the news of the discovery of further human remains at Waterloo by the dedicated professionals of the Waterloo Uncovered team. We look forward to learning more about these remains, and the way in which they can further our understanding of the experiences of soldiers during this important era. As an organisation committed to the commemoration of the sacrifices of all those who served between 1775-1815, we are ready to offer any assistance that stakeholders may need, in order to facilitate the dignified reburial of these remains in due course.
Read more about the discovery here
MISSED OUR LAUNCH EVENT?
Being open about why our work is important, matters. For a detailed explanation of what we do, and how we got here, watch this special talk, given by the Charity's Chair Dr Zack White. It covers the challenges we face, the debates that are raging, and some of the people whose graves we are trying to either create, or restore.
WARNING: Contains images of skeletons
ATTEND OUR EXCITING THREE DAY CONFERENCE
This September, the NRWGC will be holding the second 'War & Peace in the Age of Napoleon' Conference, at the National Army Museum London.
Featuring over 50 speakers from around the world, a guided tour of Apsley House, a private viewing of the Household Cavalry Museum, and the NRWGC's first AGM, this action packed three days, from the 8th-10th September promises something for everyone, whether you are an expert of the period, or an enthusiastic fan.
For full details of what's on when, and to book tickets, click here