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General Charles-Etienne Gudin burial place found in Smolensk

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    General Charles-Etienne Gudin led the 3rd Division of Napoleon’s Grande Armee in Russia and died after losing his leg to a cannonball.

    BBC article describes how they used DNA testing to confirm it is indeed him: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-50329041

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