Hundred Days

1815 conflict during the Napoleonic Wars

Hundred Days, Or the war of the Seventh Coalition, Was a period between March 20, 1815, the date on which Napoleon arrived in Paris after escaping from exile on Elba, and July 8, 1815, the date of the return of Louis XVIII to Paris.

Hundred Days
Part of the Napoleonic Wars

The Battle of Waterloo, by William Sadler II
Date10 March to 8 July 1815
Location
France, present-day Belgium, present-day Italy
Result Coalition victory, Treaty of Paris, end of the Napoleonic Wars
Belligerents

Seventh Coalition

United Kingdom United Kingdom
Kingdom of PrussiaPrussia
Hanover
Other German states
 Austria
 Russia
 Sweden
Netherlands United Kingdom of the Netherlands
Spain Spain
Portugal Portugal
Sardinia Sardinia
Sicily
Tuscany Tuscany
France French Royalists
France France
Naples

References

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  • Baines, Edward, History of the Wars of the French Revolution, from the breaking out of the wars in 1792, to, the restoration of general peace in 1815, volume II (of II), Longman, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1818