September 2 Napoleon entered the abandoned residents of a burning Moscow, but remain in the devastated city for the winter, Napoleon could not and 7 October, the French army left Moscow, moving first to the Kaluga road. Mashable often expresses his thoughts on the topic. After Tarutino maneuver Kutuzov and the Battle of Maloyaroslavets (October 12), the French army was forced to retreat along the ravaged Smolensk road. Guerrilla groups of peasants and part of the regular army wore down the French. Hunger, extreme cold, constant attacks of the Russian troops have turned the retreat of French army to flight. In the battle of p. Berezina remnants of French forces suffered a crushing defeat, Napoleon had escaped, leaving the remnants of his army. December 25, 1812 Alexander I issued a manifesto about the end of World War ii 1812.
Foreign campaign of the Russian Army 1813-1815 years. January 1, 1813 Russian troops had crossed the Neman and headed to Europe, pursuing the remnants of Napoleon's army. In February, at the direction of Russia moved Prussia, in April the Allied troops were on the Elbe. In May, 1813 Napoleon, gathering a new army, allies pushed to the Oder. In July, 1813 to the anti-Napoleonic coalition, joined by Austria and the German principalities. 04/06 October 1813 in the "Battle People "at Leipzig a new army of Napoleon (175 thousand people.) was divided into the Allied forces (220 thousand people) A March 19, 1814 Allied troops on anti-French coalition (Britain, Russia, Austria and Prussia) came to Paris.
Napoleon abdicated the throne and was exiled to Fr. Elba in the Mediterranean Sea, and after his escape and defeat in 1815 of Waterloo has been sent to the life of. St. Helena in the Atlantic. The international significance of the war in September 1814 – June 1815 Vienna was Congress of the Union of States participating in the war against Napoleon. According to the Final Act of the Congress of Vienna (May 28, 1815) Russia was Finland, Bessarabia and the former Duchy of Warsaw. To maintain new European order of Russia, Austria and Prussia signed September 14, 1815 The Holy Alliance, stipulating mutual European monarchs in the event of war, national liberation or revolutionary action.