For centuries, there has been almost no trace of the 20,000 casualties of the Battle of Waterloo. Initially, it was assumed that the bones has already been dug up in the 1820s and processed into bone meal for fertiliser. Archaeologists have now discovered that the bones of the fallen were used for sugar production. The bones were crushed into bone charcoal. Then, the organic material was used to filter and bleach the sugar.
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