September 8, 2019. Interactive event ” battle of Borodino»

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On September 8, 2019, an employee of the Department of organization of excursions of the Bulgarian Museum-reserve Akhundov N. O. for guests from Naberezhnye Chelny held an interactive event “battle of Borodino”, dedicated to the Day of military glory of Russia in 1812. The purpose of the event-the formation of a sense of patriotism and historical knowledge about this great event.
The battle of Borodino, or battle of Borodino, was the largest battle of the Patriotic war of 1812 between the Russian army under the command of General Mikhail Golenishchev — Kutuzov and the French army under the command of Emperor Napoleon I Bonaparte. The battle took place on September 7, 1812 near the village of Borodino, 125 km West of Moscow. During the 12-hour battle, the French army managed to capture the positions of the Russian army in the center and on the left wing, but after the cessation of hostilities, the French army withdrew to its original positions. Russian Russian Russian historiography considers that the Russian troops won, but the next day the commander-in-chief of the Russian army M. I. Kutuzov gave the order to retreat due to heavy losses and because of the presence of the Emperor Napoleon large reserves, which rushed to the aid of the French army.
In Western historiography widespread recognition in the battle of Borodino victory of Napoleon, although with reservations.
The battle of Borodino is considered the bloodiest in history among the one-day battles.
Tourists listened carefully to the material about this memorable day in the history of Russia – September 7 (the day of the battle of Borodino) and learned about the heroism of the Russian army under the command of Kutuzov. The event ended with bright and interesting photos for memory.


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