Just got back from a trip to Russia and had to visit the Borodino museum at Moscow. To get there you've got the "park povedi" metro station from the dark blue line, the museum is just behind the triumphal arch opposite the victory park.
Bagration (left) & Co.
Inside the museum we are greeted by a 1805 uniform
Tsat Alexander I
Cuirassier & Grenadier headgear
Poles vs cossacks
Smolensk by Averyanov
Cavalry blunderbuss to the right!
St George order & docs
The famous 360º painting by Averyanov, the viewer is located a circular platform where the great redoubt was. Saxon 2nd guard regiment advancing to the right of the redoubt
Saxon guard cuirassiers
Great battery pounding the redoubt
Ruskis holding the line to the left of the fortification
Village of Semeonvskaya anchoring the russian line
Russian left: squares of the guard being charged by cuirassiers, behind them the fleches and the Utitsa forest in the background
Semeonovskaya plus reserves
Dragoon with general's horses
Cavalry clash to the right of the redoubt: saxon leibgarde and russian cuirassers in the front, polish lancers vs dragoons on the back. Note the russian officer charging in the front with a trupeteer in tow to spread his orders. The imperials won that clash and then went arund the earthwork and captured it. Village of Borodino in the background.
Cuirassier 2nd line, note how the cavalry advances in squadrons formed on two lines of 50
Two sqdns of saxon cuirassiers
With artillery support
Horse guns unlimbering
French guns before Semeonovskaya
Rest of saxon cuirassiers
Napoleon on the center
Murat, fabulous as always
French battery aiming at Raievsky's guns on the right
The viceroy, Eugène
Lone russian cuirassier trapped, poles vs dragoons behind
Engravings of Moscow back then
Red square, kremlin to the left
As the french enter Moscow...
...the russians leave
A scisors to remove snuff from candles
A french (or swiss?) drum boy getting food after surrendering
Battle of Maloiraslovetz, which forces Napoleon to retreat by the Smolensk rute wich whas utterly without food
Entrance of the allies in Paris