In Russia, 200-Year-Old Battle A Day To Remember
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In Russia, 200-Year-Old Battle A Day To Remember

Moscow : Russia | Sep 02, 2012 at 4:14 AM PDT
Source: National Public Radio
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During the event there are several thousand people on the battlefield: lines of infantry, artillery, grenadiers, hussars in plumed bearskin hats and heavy dragoons with gleaming brass helmets. Smoke and flame erupt from the batteries of cannon, as cavalry sweeps across the battlefield amid the... FULL ARTICLE AT National Public Radio
 
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