Despite its simple, rustic looks, this walled farmhouse compound at La Haye helped hand Napoleon his greatest defeat. On June 18, 1815, about 400 British and German soldiers were defending the compound against a huge French force. When they ran out of ammunition in late afternoon, they abandoned the position. Had their ammunition run out earlier, Napoleon might have won at Waterloo. However, since they didn't, the Prussian army had a chance to arrive, reinforce the British and defeat the French. Made of laser-cut MDF with etched details. Vinyl glue required.
Scale: 1:72 Skill Level: 2 Model Length: 10.2 in (260 mm)