Battle of Borodino Russia September c With Russian casualties and French losses the battle was indecisive as Napoleon Bonaparte withheld his Imperial Guard in a move that probably saved Kutuzovs army from destruction Kutuzov retreated again and the French occupied a burning Moscow set on fire by the Russians themselves Hoping for a Russian surrender that never came Bonaparte waited in Moscow for five weeks leaving on December to return to Paris where a coup had been foiled and to raise another army His troops dragged themselves on and on December finally crossed the Niemen out of Russian territory They had survived but only of them
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