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Oleg Sokolov, a history professor at St. Petersburg State University sits in a cage waiting for a court session in St. Petersburg, Russia, Monday, Nov. 11, 2019. The lawyer for a prominent Russian history professor suspected of murdering a female student, some of whose remains were found in his residence, is asking for him to be released under house arrest pending trial. The case of Oleg Sokolov has attracted wide attention in Russian media because of its grisly drama. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Oleg Sokolov, a history professor at St. Petersburg State University, left, listens to his lawyer sitting in a cage waiting for a court session in St. Petersburg, Russia, Monday, Nov. 11, 2019. The lawyer for a prominent Russian history professor suspected of murdering a female student, some of whose remains were found in his residence, is asking for him to be released under house arrest pending trial. The case of Oleg Sokolov has attracted wide attention in Russian media because of its grisly drama. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Oleg Sokolov, a history professor at St. Petersburg State University reacts as he stands in a cage waiting for a court session in St. Petersburg, Russia, Monday, Nov. 11, 2019. The lawyer for a prominent Russian history professor suspected of murdering a female student, some of whose remains were found in his residence, is asking for him to be released under house arrest pending trial. The case of Oleg Sokolov has attracted wide attention in Russian media because of its grisly drama. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov attend a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed the murder and the dismembering his ex-student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov attends a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov stands behind glass as he attends a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov stands behind glass as he attends his court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov stands behind glass as he attends a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov stands behind glass as he attends a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov stands behind glass as he attends a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov leaves a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov stands behind glass as he attends a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov stands behind glass as he attends a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian professor Oleg Sokolov stands behind glass as he attends a court hearing in Saint Petersburg on November 11, 2019, after the historian confessed to the murder and the dismembering of his former student lover. - Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer was arrested on November 9, 2019, on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. Sokolov was reportedly drunk and fell into the Moika, a tributary of the Neva, in central Saint Petersburg as he tried to dispose of body parts near the offices of investigators. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A pedestrian looks at Russian emergency rescuers and police investigators as they conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Journalist stand on the riverbank as they watch Russian emergency rescuers and police investigators conducting searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A picture taken on November 10, 2019 shows the sealed entrance door of Russian historian Oleg Sokolov's apartment in Saint Petersburg, following the murder of a woman in which he is implicated. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian police block a bridge over the Moika River during searches operation conducted by Russian emergency rescuers and police investigators on the river, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A women walks by the entrance door of the building where Russian historian Oleg Sokolov lives in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019 following the murder of a woman in which he is implicated. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Russian Emergency rescuers and police investigators conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A pedestrian walks past Russian emergency rescuers and police investigators as they conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A pedestrian walks past Russian emergency rescuers and police investigators as they conduct searches on the Moika River, in Saint Petersburg, on November 10, 2019, following the murder of a woman that implicates Russian historian Oleg Sokolov. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur in 2003, was arrested on November 10, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of Saint Petersburg's Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by Olga MALTSEVA / AFP)
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Центр дизайна `Artplay`. Новогодний книжный салон. Историк, писатель Олег Соколов.
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(FILES) This file photo taken on June 18, 2015 shows French lawyer Franck Samson, dressed as Napoleon Bonaparte (L) speaking with Russian historian Oleg Sokolov (R) during commemorations marking the 200th anniversary of The Battle of Waterloo in Waterloo. - Police in Saint Petersburg on November 9, 2019, arrested a prominent Russian historian on suspicion of murdering a former student after he was hauled out of a river with a backpack containing a woman's arms, authorities said. Local media in Saint Petersburg reported that university professor Oleg Sokolov was drunk and fell into the river as he tried to dispose of body parts. (Photo by Emmanuel DUNAND / AFP)
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A picture taken on January 7, 2014, shows Paris Sorbonne University's professor Oleg Sokolov giving orders to his troops as he plays Napoleon Bonaparte in historic reconstruction of 1812 war in Saint Petersburg. - Police in Saint Petersburg on November 9, 2019, arrested a prominent Russian historian on suspicion of murdering a former student after he was hauled out of a river with a backpack containing a woman's arms, authorities said. Local media in Saint Petersburg reported that university professor Oleg Sokolov was drunk and fell into the river as he tried to dispose of body parts. Police reportedly then went to Sokolov's home where they discovered the decapitated body of Anastasia Yeshchenko, 24, with whom he had co-authored a number of works. (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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(FILES) This file photo taken on June 23, 2012 shows Paris Sorbonne University's professor Oleg Sokolov giving orders to his troops, on the banks of the river Neman in Kaunas, central Lithuania, as he plays Napoleon Bonaparte. - Police in Saint Petersburg on November 9, 2019, arrested a prominent Russian historian on suspicion of murdering a former student after he was hauled out of a river with a backpack containing a woman's arms, authorities said. Local media in Saint Petersburg reported that university professor Oleg Sokolov was drunk and fell into the river as he tried to dispose of body parts. Police reportedly then went to Sokolov's home where they discovered the decapitated body of Anastasia Yeshchenko, 24, with whom he had co-authored a number of works. (Photo by PETRAS MALUKAS / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 23, 2012 Paris Sorbonne University's professor Oleg Sokolov rides his horse on the banks of the river Neman in Kaunas, central Lithuania, during a reenactment of Bonaparte's June 24, 1812 assault on Tsarist Russia. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur from Jacques Chirac in 2003, was arrested on November 9, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by PETRAS MALUKAS / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 15, 2006 Oleg Sokolov (L), one of Russia's foremost specialists of the 19th-century European history greets members of historical club, dressed as Russian and French soldiers, during the re-enactment of the 1812 battle between Napoleon's army and Russian troops in the town of Maloyaroslavets, some 140 kms from Moscow. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur from Jacques Chirac in 2003, was arrested on November 9, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by DENIS SINYAKOV / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 23, 2005 members of a historical club, dressed as French soldiers and Oleg Sokolov (C), one of Russia's foremost specialists on the 19th-century European history, take part in the re-enactment of the 1812 battle between Napoleon's army and Russian troops in the town of Maloyaroslavets, some 140 kms from Moscow. - A prominent Saint Petersburg-based Napoleon expert has confessed to murdering his young lover and former student and dismembering her body in a grisly crime that sent shock waves across Russia. Oleg Sokolov, a 63-year-old history lecturer who received France's Legion d'Honneur from Jacques Chirac in 2003, was arrested on November 9, 2019 on suspicion of murder after he was hauled out of the icy Moika River with a backpack containing a woman's arms. (Photo by DENIS SINYAKOV / AFP)
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Годовщина Отечественной войны 1812 года. Члены военно-исторических клубов, одетые в униформу французских и русских солдат, восстанавливают события тех лет под городом Малоярославцем. Глава военно-исторического клуба в Санкт Петербурге Олег Соколов (на переднем плане) в роли французского генерала участвует в битве.
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Годовщина Отечественной войны 1812 года. Члены военно-исторических клубов, одетые в униформу французских и русских солдат, восстанавливают события тех лет под городом Малоярославцем. Глава военно-исторического клуба в Санкт Петербурге Олег Соколов (на переднем плане) в роли французского генерала участвует в битве.
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Реконструкциия эпизодов Бородинской битвы Отечественной войны 1812 года. Президент военно-исторической ассоциации России Олег Соколов в роли Наполеона Бонапарта.
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Олег Соколов президент военно-исторической ассоциации России в роли Наполеона Бонапарта и члены военно-исторических клубов во время реконструкции эпизодов Бординской битвы которая состоялась в 120 км. западнее Москвы во время Отечественной войны против Франции в 1912 году, 8 сентября 2002.
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