"captured from the French by Wittgenstein"
 Prince Peter Wittgenstein (1769-1843) was a Russian Field Marshall during the Napoleonic Wars. In 1812 he commanded the army which stood between Napoleon in Moscow and St Petersburg, for which he became known as the 'defender of St Petersburg'. Afterwards he commanded the Russian and Prussian armies at Lutzen and Bautzen in 1813, helping secure Napoleon's defeat.