Congratulations and thank you to all our members who participated in this very beautiful and exhausting adventure and which gave the best of themselves to the service of a common objective.
A very big thank you to the company Ratobor who invited us for the second time, as well as to the Government of Moscow who organized this gigantic demonstration and allowed us to march in uniform on Red Square.
Thanks to the Russian Consulate in Marseille for facilitating our administrative procedures.
I cannot forget the Muscovite population who put up a very warm welcome throughout our stay.
With the association "Jean Roch Coignet" depicting the Imperial guard of Napoleon under the walls of the Kremlin next to the monument to the victims of the great patriotic war. For the first time since the Russian campaign of Napoleon the French were able to parade on the Red Square in the uniforms of the First Empire. What an emotion!
In the Grand Store Goum which stretches along the entire length of the Red Square opposite the Kremlin.
This was another exceptional moment that delighted both shopkeepers and customers alike.
In the superb Muscovite metro dressed in Roman outfit for the delight of the travelers and employees who took photos of us countless times.
Eric Dehorter TV reporter who shared in immersion our adventure and who filmed us throughout the journey
To Snezhana Zeynalova for her help and kindness.
Daria Isaeva, the International Coordinator without whom nothing would have been possible and who worked so hard to organize everything.
Alain Nice also deserves a special mention for having worked to coordinate with us the French side with the other five troops present at this festival.