Napoleon’s Deadliest Day – Battle of Borodino 1812 (Napoleonic Wars Documentary)

The Battle of Borodino

The Battle of Borodino was the deadliest single day in history until the outbreak of the First World War. It was the culmination of Napoleon’s advance on Moscow. Due to the terrain and the Russian positions, it was a gigantic battle of attrition – which Napoleon won at a high cost.
Credit to : Real Time History

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