When Napoleon I ran from a horde of rabbits

After the Treaty of Tilsit, Napoleon I went on a rabbit hunt which went disastrously wrong.

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It was a horde of rabbits on an attack. The march of the innocent bunnies was towards one of the greatest conquerors in history.

The emperor who conquered entire Europe could not handle a group of rabbits. The…




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