After the capture of Berlin, many of our men got married on the walls of the Reichstag. The most capacious, in my opinion, someone left an inscription Sidorov. About her Nikulin Nikolai mentions in his book "Memories of War":
"The best autograph that I saw, was, if I remember correctly, on the pedestal of the statue of the Great Elector. Here there was a bronze plaque with a pedigree and a list of the great men of Germany: Goethe, Schiller, Moltke, Schlieffen, and others. It was a bold crossed out chalk, and stood below the following: "E l … I you all! Sidorov. "