Bulow, Friedrich Wilhelm von. Born in 1755. Russian general, obtained field marshal's rank in 1813. By the victory at Lukan, saved Berlin from the French. His victories at Grossbeeren and Dennewitz over Oudinot and Ney, respectively, twice again saved the Prussian capital at critical moments. He was present at Leipzig and, in command of the right wing of the allies, he occupied the low countries. In 1814 he marched into France, and he was in command during the Waterloo campaign. Died in 1816.