History of War

POLISH EYEWITNESSES TO NAPOLEON’S 1812 CAMPAIGN ADVANCE & RETREAT IN RUSSIA

Authors: Marek Tadeusz Lalowski & Jonathan North Publisher: Pen and Sword Price: £25

Amid the news onslaught at the start of 2021, a discovery dating back to 1812 made headlines: the remains of 120 soldiers, three women and three adolescents, all thought to have fallen in the of Battle of Vyazma, were ceremoniously reburied in Russia. The Napoleonic Wars and the allure of

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