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[/news/bbc/index.html BBC] historian Lucy Worsley has said the Battle of Waterloo should not be trumpeted solely as a 'British victory' because of the firepower brought by European allies.
She said the Duke of Wellington deliberately glossed over the role the Prussian army played in helping defeat Napoleon in 1815 in order to boost morale back home.
Wellington's triumph in Belgium that led to the collapse of the French Empire has been immortalised in military history and hailed as one of Britain's finest hours. 
But in an interview with History Revealed magazine, the TV presenter said the wartime leader went to lengths to warp the narrative in his favour.
Worsely, who is leading a review into royal residences' historical ties with slavery, was in August forced to apologise for tour du lịch đài loan từ hà nội using the n-word during a BBC show while quoting Abraham Lincoln's assassin. 
BBC historian Lucy Worsley has said the Battle of Waterloo should not be trumpeted solely as a 'British victory' because of the firepower brought by European allies
Wellington's triumph in Belgium that led to the collapse of the French Empire has been immortalised in military history and hailed as one of Britain's finest hours
A reenactment of the 1815 Battle of Waterloo, tour du lịch đài loan từ hà nội which took place south of Brussels 
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