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“Borodino: the 200th Anniversary” Атаян Лусине Багатуровна МАОУ СОШ № 1 г.Курганинск, Краснодарский край The Battle of Borodino 1812 Please, match the first column with the second one and the third one (transcription with the words and translation)
  • 1. Borodino a) [ 'enəmi] a) сражение
  • 2.General b) [' bætl] b) солдат
  • 3.Redoubt c) [bɒrə'di:nəʊ] с) генерал
  • 4.Battle d) ['səuldзə] d) враг
  • 5.Enemy e) ['dзen(ə)rəl ] e) редут
  • 6.Soldier f) [ri'daut] f) Бородино
Mikhail Kutuzov Born in Saint Petersburg on 16 September 1745. His father had served for thirty years with the Corps of Engineers, seeing action against the Turks and served under Peter the Great. His mother was from a noble family. Due to his background, Mikhail Kutuzov had contact with the Imperial Romanov family from an early age.   In 1757, twelve-year-old Kutuzov entered a military engineering school as a cadet private. He was popular with his peers and teachers, proving himself to be highly intelligent, and showed bravery in his school’s horse races. He became fluent in English, French, German, Polish, Swedish, and Turkish which helped during his career.   In 1762, Kutuzov was a captain under the command of Colonel Alexander Suvorov. From Suvorov he learned how to be a good commander in battle. He learned that an effective order should be simple, direct and concise, and that a good commander should care deeply about the health and training of his men. He also adopted Suvorov's belief that a commander should lead his troops from the front to inspire his troops. Kutuzov also learned the importance of developing close relationships with those under his command. Following these principles benefited his career and contributed to his appointment as Commander-in-Chief in 1812.   Kutuzov died on 28th April 1813 at Bunzlau. Questions
  • When and where was Kutuzov born?
  • How old was Kutuzov when he went to a military engineering school?
  • 3. At which sport did he excel? 4 Was Kutuzov good at learning foreign languages? 5. What did Suvorov teach Kutuzov? 6. What year did Kutuzov become Commander-in-Chef? 7. When did he die?
Napoleon Bonaparte Bonaparte, a French military and political leader, rose to prominence during the latter stages of the French Revolution. He was born at Ajaccio in Corsica to parents of noble Genoese ancestry, and trained as an artillery officer in mainland France. He is best remembered for the wars led against France by a series of coalitions, these are known as The Napoleonic Wars. Through his leadership the French army was able to dominate most of Europe and Napoleon tried to spread the ideals of the French Revolution. Being successful he restored the Imperial monarchy in France.   Due to his success in these wars, often against numerically superior enemies, he is generally regarded as one of the greatest military commanders of all time; his campaigns are studied at military academies throughout much of the world. However, The Peninsular War and the 1812 Invasion of Russia marked turning points in Napoleon's fortunes. His Grand Army was badly defeated in these campaigns and never fully recovered.   In 1814, the Coalition invaded France, forcing Napoleon to abdicate and exiled him to the Isle of Elba. Less than a year later, he escaped and returned to power but was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815. He spent the last six years of his life in as a British prisoner on the island of Saint Helena. Questions
  • What was Napoleon?
  • When was he Emperor of the French?
  • 3. Napoleon was of Genoese ancestry.....what does this mean? 4. Can you explain why Napoleon is regarded as one of the greatest military commanders? 5. In which country is Waterloo? 6. When was Napoleon exiled to the Island of Elba? 7. Where did he spend the last days of his life?
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“The Battle of Borodino” Take words from the box and insert them into the text in their correct form“ 1)to be 3) to involve 5) to lose 7)to close 9) to conduct 2)blood 4) to attack 6) to kill 8) he 10) to lose 11) to allow The Battle of Borodino , fought on September 7, 1812, …(1) the largest and … (2) single-day action of the French invasion of Russia and all Napoleonic Wars, … (3) more than 250,000 troops and resulting in at least 70,000 casualties. The French Grande Armée under Emperor Napoleon I … (4) the Imperial Russian Army of General Mikhail Kutuzov near the village of Borodino, west of the town of Mozhaysk, and eventually captured the main positions on the battlefield, but failed to destroy the Russian army despite heavy… (5). About a third of Napoleon's soldiers … (6) or wounded; Russian losses were also heavy, but her casualties could be replaced since large forces of militia were already with the Russian Army and replacement depots which … (7) by had already been gathering and training troops. The battle itself ended with the Russian Army out of position. The state of exhaustion of the French forces and lack of information on the Russian Army's condition led Napoleon to remain on the battlefield with … (8) army instead of the forced pursuit that had marked other campaigns that he … (9) in the past. The entirety of Napoleon's Imperial Guard, however, was still available to his disposition and in refusing to implement it he … (10) his singular chance to destroy the Russian army. The battle at Borodino was a pivotal point in the campaign, as it was the last offensive action fought by Napoleon in Russia. By withdrawing, the Russian army preserved its combat strength, eventually … (11) it to force Napoleon out of the country. There are some questions with four answers, choose the right variant. 1.When did the French Grande Armée begin its invasion of Russia? А.) June 1812 . B.) July 1812 C.) August 1812 D.) September 1812 2. Which is the correct date for the Battle of Borodino? А) 26 August 1812 B) 5 October 1812 C) 1 September 1812 D)25 December 1812 3.Tell the place of the three-day “Battle of Nations” in 1813 where Napoleon’s troops were defeated? A) near Berlin B) near Austerlitz C) at Leipzig D) near Waterloo 4. How much time did the Battle last? A) 5hours B) 12 hours C) 9 hours D) 10 hours 5.How many casualties were there? A) 30,000 B) 40,000 C) 250,000 D) 70,000