Ernst Ludwig von Tippelskirch

Lieutenant general Ernst Ludwig von Tippelskirch (26 July 1774 in Gut Görken, Prussia – 23 January 1840 in Berlin) was a Prussian army officer during the Napoleonic wars. Late he was commandant of Berlin, and at the same time the commander of land warfare.[1]

He served as Fortress Commander (Festungskommandant) of Petersberg Citadel in Erfurt from 1825 to 1827.[2]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Bernhard von Poten 1894, pp. 360–361.
  2. ^ Moritz, Horst (2002). Die Festung Petersberg unter Preußen 1802–1918. Erfurt: Stadtmuseum Erfurt

ReferencesEdit

  • Bernhard von Poten (1894), "Tippelskirch, Ernst Ludwig von", Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB) (in German), 38, Leipzig: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 360–361