A French historian and a former soldier has revealed that the newly discovered one-legged skeleton in Russia belongs to one of the generals of Napoleon Bonaparte’s army.
The skeleton of Charles-Ettiene Gudene, was excavated and discovered by a team of Russian and French archaelogists in July, from the city of Smolensk in Russia.
Skeletal remains of a Napoleon general are discovered from Russia
Pierre Malinowski,the team lead of excavators, said that he immediately took the remains from Moscow to Marseille to compare them with mother, son and brother of the general.
A professor in Marseille compared the DNA’s which contains genetic codes in the form of chromosomal arrangements, and found to match perfectly.
The Russian president took, Putin took personal interest in the story.
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