March 20- Emperor Napoleon lands at Hastings with 70,000 men. Small skirmish near Battle.
March 22- French army of 50,000 men lands at Dover under Marshal Ney, suffers heavy losses but gains a foothold by night.
March 24- Napoleon and Ney link up.
March 30- French force of 18,000 lands at Fishguard from Ireland.
April 1- Battle of Maidstone, Napoleon's 110,000 men destroys Packenham's 60,000 militia.
April 3- Napoleon returns home after suffering huge stomach problems.
April 9- Neys path to London is blocked at Sevenoaks, forced to return to Dover.
April 26- Another French army of 40,000 men lands in Cornwall under Davout.
April 30- Davout secures all Cornwall south of St Austell. Royal naval base at Plymouth is abandoned.
May 2- Davout arrives in Plymouth to find it deserted, he lacks enough supplies to continue his advance.
May 5- Wellington besieges Davout in Plymouth.
May 9- A French naval squadron arrives in Plymouth, Davout resupplied.
May 15- Napoleon orders Ney to send a corps to relieve Davout.
May 18- Ney sends a corps under D'Isigny Davout.
May 20- D'Isigny is ambushed near Oxford.
May 23- Ney states he will not take London until the emperor is fit to lead the assault.
May 28- Elements of D'Isigny's corps attack Wellington's external Pickets.
May 30- D'Isigny and Davout attack Wellington but suffer heavy losses, over 19,000 are killed.
June 1- Napoleon hears of Neys declaration of the 23rd and declares him a bumbling imbecile, he immediately sets off for Calais to take personal command.
June 4- Napoleon lands at Dover and sacks Ney, who returns to France
June 5- Davout takes command of D'Isingy's corps and marches his 60,000 men toward Portsmouth.
June 10- 60,000 re-inforcements arrive in Dover
June 15- Napoleon leads his army of 120,000 men out of Dover and heads toward London
June 16- Napoleon clashes with Hamilton's army near Aylesford. Hamilton is killed and his army flees.
June 17- Napoleon and Wellington's armies meet each other and form up.
June 18- Battle of Chatham. Wellington's army destroyed.
June 24- Napoleons forces enter London.
June 28- Napoleon meets George IV on a raft in the Thames estuary. Peace agreed.
July 8- All French troops have left Britain.