I would like to hear your conclusions as well. I think that in the last 20 or so years with the introduction of Dutch/Belgian and German sources into the debate we are now in a position to make a valid and honest assessment of the contribution made by all the allies to the victory at Waterloo. Some historians have exaggerated the role of the Wellingtons allies in recent years, but this has been more than offset by the way in which British historians have neglected to give credit to Wellingtons allies when it was due. The truth, as always, lies somewhere in the middle. I have studied this subject in detail and based my Military History MA work on it. (waits for applause) I feel that I now have a clearer picture of what may have actually happened at Waterloo. If anyone would like further details please ask!