Napoleon's Letter of Surrender, Hair to go on Display



2015-07-06 16:38:50

Napoleon Bonaparte's letter of surrender and plea for asylum in the UK is set to go on display at Windsor Castle, along with a lock of the Emperor's hair. The pieces are going on display as part of a special exhibition that marks the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, alongside a series of other items including artwork depicting the battle, as well as the late Emperor's Légion d'Honneur. The exhibition will run for a year starting from the 31st of January.
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