Bridge Steubenbrücke in Nuremberg is named after General Steuben, a hereditary military man. He became famous in the battles near Prague, survived the Russian captivity, and fought in the war of the North and South in the United States. He owns the creation of the "Blue Book" - the US military code. The last years of his life he spent in New York on 57th Avenue. He was not married and had no children. Many historians tend to believe that he was gay.