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The fate of Napoleon’s soldiers left behind in Russia

By AFP   |   04 May 2021   |   3:56 pm  

 

In the museum of the battle of Borodino, on 110 square kilometres of fields and forests with a landscape practically unchanged for almost two centuries, the historian Sergey Khomchenko tells AFP about the fate of the French soldiers who remained in Russia after the withdrawal of the Great Army, in the run-up to the 200th anniversary of Napoleon's death, which occurred on May 5, 1821.
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