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Faced with the dubious victory over the Russian armies at Borodino, and with Moscow ablaze, Napoleon Bonaparte could choose to either pursue the Russians further and sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation rather than retreat to France and face political humiliation.

A and sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation rather than retreat

B and sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation rather than retreating

C and sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation or retreat

D or, sacrificing the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation, retreat

E or sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation and a retreat

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Faced with the dubious victory over the Russian armies at Borodino, and with Moscow ablaze, Napoleon Bonaparte could choose to either pursue the Russians further and sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation rather than retreat to France and face political humiliation.

A and sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation rather than retreat

B and sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation rather than retreating

C and sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation or retreat

D or, sacrificing the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation, retreat

E or sacrifice the remainder of his troops to the harsh winter and possible starvation and a retreat


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