Who Followed Napoleon Into Russia? – The Grand Army of 1812

Only half of his troops came from Territories of the expanded French Empire

When Napoleon marched his Grande Armée into Russia in 1812, he had assembled the biggest army in modern European history. Only half of his troops came from territories of the expanded French Empire. Tens of thousands of troops also came from Poland, Prussia, Austria, and the German States as well as Southern Europe.
Credit to : Real Time History

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