With over 600,000 soldiers, France entered Russia. Russia refused to attack from and retreated deeper into their land. While retreating, Russia burned down crop fields and towns to make it hard for Napolean to feed and replenish his army. Frenchmen left due to heat, disease, and lack of motivation. Russia attacked and even though they suffered a defeat, they were successful at killing 30,000 French soldiers. French army then entered Moscow but found it scorched. Due to limited supplies, Napolean retreated in terrible winter conditions and arrived in Poland with only 40,000 men left.
This failure led to Napolean's exile to Elba while Borbon monarchy was reinstated. This did not last long, Napolean returned and overthrew the monarchy. On June 18, 1815He raised an army and attacked Prussia and Britain suffered a bloody defeat in the Battle of Waterloo. The victors exiled him to Saint Helena, where he spent the rest of his life at.