BREAKING NEWS: The bones of up to 10 soldiers killed in the Battle of Waterloo have been discovered - the largest cache of Waterloo casualties ever found.
Uncovered by a team of Belgium and German academics, it's believed these bones belong to a mix of Prussian, French and British Soldiers all of whom were killed fighting on that day in June 1815.
Having worked with the academics to break the story, Dan made the journey from History Hit HQ to Belgium where the remains are being held to speak with the team leading the groundbreaking analysis and find out what the bones can tell us about the men who fought and died that day.
At the time, the battle of Waterloo was one of the bloodiest battles in European history, but remarkably, only two skeletons have ever been discovered.
Join Dan as he learns about the fate of these men and their remains and uncovers the truth behind the bones in the attic.