I am tutoring a boy in World History, and his book is ambiguous about in which country was Waterloo located when Napolean was defeated for the final time? The text book’s map shows Waterloo in France, but the text below says “Austrian Netherlands”. Which was it?
Extra Credit: After first being defeated in Moscow, leading to his exile to Elba, how did Napolean manage to make a comeback and fight once more only to be defeated (once and for all) at Waterloo? The textbook is very poorly written watering everything down and oversimplifying everything…making it all clear as mud. (And why was there a Louis XVIII, but no XVII?)