Napoleon Series Archive 2015

Re: 1812 Napoleon Russia campaign

The maps of the 1824 Atlas in the link provided by Steven Smith are in both Russian and French.

The site is easier to use as the 60 or so maps are in order on the main page and are easy to download as jpg files.

http://www.familytree.ru/ru/maps/state-ru3.htm

One "trick" for working with names of places (and people) is to use Wikipedia. If you have a name in Russian, put that into the Russian Wikipedia, then when you have the Russian "page" go to the left and look up the same page in "your" language - not always the case - and click on it. It works the other way as well. In fact, it even helps when using languages other than one's own (as you know English, German, French and Italian spellings are not always the same). In any event, it helps as a double check. -. R

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1824 Atlas.
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Readable Maps!
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Re: 1812 and Dutch Stuff.
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Romanovo - 2.vii.1812.
Olchanoui?
Ochmiana?
On the Duna.
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Dovgelishek - 1812.
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Of Possible Interest.
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Re: Antoine Albert Vandois.
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