with the bicentennial of Waterloo coming up, the number of books on the battle seem to multiply. Yet in almost no book is there anything about the role of Sir Rowland Hill during the battle. He commanded II Corps, which had a fairly large part in the battle, but he is mentioned nowhere as giving any specific orders. Wellington, the Prince of Orange, many of the Division and Brigade commanders pop up regularly in narratives, but almost nothing on Hill. Can anyone enlighten me?