It all boils down to one thing: If Blücher had not made his pledge to come, Wellington would never have confronted Napoleon at Waterloo. It is as a matter of fact one of the great cases of mutual trust between leading players in history. What happened afterwards is of secondary importance. Blücher did not read English and Wellington not German. Furthermore, Blücher died few years after Waterloo. He was an old man, with a career reaching back to old Friedrich.
I was speculating: Do we have the leading figures at Waterloo we need and in proper representations? We have some but how accurate are they?
Still we have almost three years to see them arrive, but very surprised by the choice of Zvezda not to commemorate 1812, everything might happen.