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30 August, 09:23

You are writing a research paper on Napoleon's conquests in Russia and you are having trouble finding sources. You have searched the Wikipedia encyclopedia and gotten a biography of Napoleon that is 535 pages long. This book is so long and complicated that you hesitate to use it and when you flipped through it, nothing about Napoleon and Russia "grabbed" you. You conclude that there is no specific evidence on Napoleon's conquests in Russia. Pitfalls in credibility?

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  1. 30 August, 10:05
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    Actually, there is a lot of pitfalls in the credibility in this argument. There are a lot of websites in the Internet with information about the so called French Invasion that occurred on the 24th of june, 1812.

    The French Invasion is also known in Russia as The Patriotic War of 1812 and in France is known as the Russian Campaign. Try to search under these alternative names and you might find more information.
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