Mikhail Miloradovich

Jean-Baptiste EbleRussian General

Mikhail Miloradovich was a career soldier who commanded Russia's rearguard during the mass evacuation of Moscow.

His earlier campaigns had been against the Turks and Poles and he fought with General Suvarov against France in Italy and Switzerland.

Promoted to general in 1810, Miloradovich fought at Borodino and beat Marshal Murat at Tarutino.

Highly regarded for his calmness and bravery, Miloradovich was killed in an 1825 mutiny when he tried to negotiate with the disaffected troops.



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