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Ludwig II. von Bayern. Der junge König Ludwig II - [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Juni erfolgte die Festnahme von König Ludwig II. auf Schloss Neuschwanstein. Schwangauer Bürger Münchener Straße 2 Schwangau. König Ludwig II: Kreuz im Starnberger See | Bild: picture-alliance/dpa. Der Reihe nach: Mit seinen Schlossbauten und diversen anderen Ausgaben strapazierte. Mythen und Legenden ranken sich um die Gestalt Ludwig II. von Bayern (​), den man Die Deutschen I, Staffel 2, Teil 8- Ludwig II. und die Bayern.

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Mythen und Legenden ranken sich um die Gestalt Ludwig II. von Bayern (​), den man Die Deutschen I, Staffel 2, Teil 8- Ludwig II. und die Bayern. König Ludwig II: Kreuz im Starnberger See | Bild: picture-alliance/dpa. Der Reihe nach: Mit seinen Schlossbauten und diversen anderen Ausgaben strapazierte. Ludwig II. von Bayern. Der junge König Ludwig II - [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Juni erfolgte die Festnahme von König Ludwig II. auf Schloss Neuschwanstein. Schwangauer Bürger Münchener Straße 2 Schwangau.

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As Fantasy Castles go, the sheer size and scale of Neuschwanstein is breathtaking. Credit: Jeff Wilcox, CC BY King Ludwig II of Bavaria’s Fall From Power and the Diagnosis of ‘Madness’ Brooch of King Ludwig. Unfortunately, Mad King Ludwig’s interest in building spectacular castles quickly developed into an unhealthy preoccupation. Ludwig II was born on August 25th, to Maximilian II of Bavaria (then Crown Prince) and his wife Princess Marie of fbodyaddict.com eldest son, his parents intended to name him Otto, but his eccentric grandfather, Ludwig I of Bavaria, insisted he be named after him. A fresh and debatably more true story of Ludwig's life- from his teens through to his death.I found the film and translated it to English a while ago when li. Directed by Marie Noëlle, Peter Sehr. With Sabin Tambrea, Sebastian Schipper, Hannah Herzsprung, Edgar Selge. A dramatic retelling of the life of Ludwig II, King of Bavaria, one of the most fascinating monarchs of modern times. Ludwig II of Bavaria was the favorite cousin of the famous Empress Elizabeth ''Sisi'', the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph II. His name became immortal due to the impressive castles he built during his short lifetime. Es wird nie fertig gestellt Bismarck sicherte ihm im Gegenzug geheime Geldzahlungen zu, die aus dem Welfenfonds diskret über Schweizer Football Ran Nfl geleitet wurden. Die Burgruine kann besichtigt werden. A remembrance ceremony is held there each year Tidal Probeabo 13 June. This made for a less perfect round shell, but prevented problems with the finish pulling off. Person Of Interest Deutsch Odachi: Who Could Have Sky Registrieren Wielded This Enormous 15th Century Japanese Sword? Indeed, there are numerous tales of him riding around his lands, and gifting vast sums of money to lucky peasants who had happened to treat him with kindness. However, now researchers can explain that it wasn't madness, but a cruel rumor created by his enemies maybe even his own family!

Das Ergebnis war wiederum Prestigeverlust im Volk, denn die Folge des Krieges sollte der Verlust der bayerischen Souveränität sein. Ludwig sah es als persönliche Zumutung an, dass er auf Betreiben Bismarcks hin als ranghöchster deutscher Fürst Wilhelm I.

Den — unrealistischen — Vorschlag Ludwigs, die Krone zwischen Berlin und München wandern zu lassen, lehnte Bismarck ab.

Bismarck sicherte ihm im Gegenzug geheime Geldzahlungen zu, die aus dem Welfenfonds diskret über Schweizer Banken geleitet wurden. Aus der vom Reichstag beschlossenen National- Dotation in Höhe von 4 Millionen Talern wurden ihm Der Grund für Ludwigs Einlenken waren jedoch nicht diese Geldzahlungen, sondern seine Einsicht in die Unausweichlichkeit des bayerischen Beitritts in den deutschen Staat.

Ludwig beteiligte sich im Gegensatz zu seinem Onkel Luitpold und seinem Bruder Otto nicht an der Kaiserproklamation in Versailles am Januar Im höchsten Grade stolz auf seine Souveränität, vermied er möglichst persönliche Kontakte mit dem neuen Kaiserhaus und gab seine Missstimmung später in gereizter Sprache zu erkennen.

Bei einer späteren Durchreise Wilhelms I. Dieser festen Haltung gegen die ultramontane Kammermehrheit blieb er auch in den nächsten Jahren treu. In den Plänen für einen chinesischen und einen byzantinischen Palast zeigte er eine Weltoffenheit und einen kulturellen Kosmopolitismus, der einen weiten kulturellen Horizont verriet, allerdings auch ein Abdriften in die Welt der Träume.

Darauf deuteten auch seine politischen Pläne zur Gründung eines Geheimbundes zur Gewinnung von königstreuen Anhängern für einen Umsturz der konstitutionellen Verfassung und später Pläne für ein Königreich der Kanarischen Inseln hin.

Diesen Gedanken lag allerdings die zutreffende Einschätzung zu Grunde, dass sein Volk sich immer weiter von seinem Monarchen entfernt hatte — wie nicht nur in Bayern.

Seine Fahrt zur Generalprobe der Bayreuther Festspiele wurde sein letzter halbwegs öffentlicher Auftritt. Im April begann seine Freundschaft mit dem jungen Schauspieler Josef Kainz , mit dem zusammen er vom Juni bis zum Juli desselben Jahres eine Schweizreise auf den Spuren Wilhelm Tells unternahm.

Aber auch diese letzte Freundschaft zerbrach noch auf der Reise. Von seiner Familie stand ihm nur sein Cousin, der Arzt Prinz Ludwig Ferdinand von Bayern nahe, der mit seiner Gemahlin — als einzige Besucher überhaupt — das noch im Bau befindliche Schloss Herrenchiemsee besichtigen durfte.

In den letzten Lebensjahren zog sich der König zunehmend aus der Öffentlichkeit zurück. Im Sommer lebte er auf Schloss Berg, im Herbst nach der Abreise seiner Mutter auf Schloss Hohenschwangau und ansonsten auf Schloss Linderhof.

München mied er ganz. Dennoch kam er seinen Amtsgeschäften, insbesondere den täglichen Unterschriften unter zahlreichen Regierungsdokumenten und Gesetzen, gewissenhaft nach, auch wenn die Minister oder ihre Abgesandten manchmal Mühe hatten, ihn in der Einsamkeit von Berghütten wie dem Königshaus am Schachen aufzusuchen.

Zunehmend machte er die Nacht zum Tage, was ihm die Titulierung als Mondkönig einbrachte. Sein Oberkiefer war bald zahnlos, der Unterkiefer wies nur noch eine geringe Anzahl lose sitzender Zähne auf.

Auch nahm er stetig an Leibesfülle zu. Nachdem der Finanzminister Freiherr von Riedel die gröbsten Schulden durch eine Anleihe von 7 Millionen Mark gedeckt hatte, steigerte sich die Bausucht des Königs noch mehr.

Anfang verweigerte das Kabinett König Ludwig die Bürgschaft für einen Kredit in Höhe von sechs Millionen Mark, worin manche Biografen den Hauptanlass für die Entmündigung sehen.

Es soll private finanzielle Hilfsangebote von Bankiers gegeben haben, die Ludwig aber nicht erreichten. Ludwig wandte sich daraufhin an Bismarck, der ihm am April schrieb, er solle seinem Ministerium befehlen, die Bewilligung der erforderlichen Summen beim Landtag zu beantragen.

Tatsächlich forderte Ludwig daraufhin die Vorlage des Anliegens im Landtag. Stattdessen leitete das Ministerium aber seine Entmündigung ein.

Anhand der von Ludwig vorgenommenen Amtshandlungen wie zuletzt der Einrichtung eines neuen Bezirksamtes in Ludwigshafen Urkunde vom 3.

Juni , von ihm in Hohenschwangau unterzeichnet ist allerdings keine Unzurechnungsfähigkeit zu erkennen. Juni wurde Ludwig durch die Regierung unter Johann von Lutz entmündigt.

In der Nacht auf den Juni erschien eine elfköpfige Kommission in Neuschwanstein, wo der Monarch sich aufhielt. Nach einer halben Stunde im Regen musste die Kommission um Uhr morgens wieder umkehren.

Der letzte Brief, den Ludwig mit der Bitte um Nachforschung drei Tage vor seinem Tod geschrieben hat, ist an seinen Vetter Prinz Ludwig Ferdinand adressiert, dem er als einzigem aus der königlichen Linie der Wittelsbacher nahestand: [28].

Denke Dir was Unerhörtes heute geschehen ist!! Pferde hier von der oberen Burg wegzunehmen hinter meinem Rücken, u.

Wer kann nur hinter einem solchen Verbrechen stecken, Prz. Luitpold vermuthlich. Durch Gensdarme u. Die Schand-Rebellen wurden arretirt.

Wie kann aber eine solche Infamitität nur möglich sein!! Bitte forsche selbst u. Hättest Du so etwas für möglich! Es ist zu arg. In felsenfestem Vertrauen i.

Ludwigs Onkel Luitpold übernahm nach langem Zögern [29] am Juni als Prinzregent die Regierungsverantwortung, später auch für Ludwigs Bruder König Otto.

Am selben Tag tauchte eine Gegenproklamation in Juni Die Flugblätter und die Ausgabe der Zeitung wurden jedoch schnell von der regierungstreuen Polizei beschlagnahmt.

Heute gilt die Gegenproklamation allgemein als Fälschung. Die Münchner Polizeidirektion ermittelte am Juni einen Herrn Schellenberger als Urheber, einen mehrfach wegen Betrugsversuches vorbestraften Sachsen.

Ludwig saw himself as the "Moon King", a romantic shadow of the earlier "Sun King", Louis XIV of France.

From Linderhof, Ludwig enjoyed moonlit sleigh rides in an elaborate 18th-century sleigh, complete with footmen in 18th-century livery.

In , construction began on Herrenchiemsee , a partial replica of the palace at Versailles, sited on the Herreninsel in the Chiemsee.

It was built as Ludwig's tribute to Louis XIV of France, the magnificent "Sun King". Only the central portion of the palace was built; all construction halted on Ludwig's death.

The following year, Ludwig finished the construction of the royal apartment in the Residenz Palace in Munich, to which he had added an opulent conservatory or winter garden on the palace roof.

It was started in as quite a small structure, but after extensions in and , the dimensions reached It featured an ornamental lake complete with skiff, a painted panorama of the Himalayas as a backdrop, an Indian fisher-hut of bamboo, a Moorish kiosk, and an exotic tent.

The roof was a technically advanced metal and glass construction. The winter garden was closed in June , partly dismantled the following year, and demolished in He planned the construction of a new castle on Falkenstein "Falcon Rock" near Pfronten in the Allgäu a place he knew well: a diary entry for 16 October reads "Falkenstein wild, romantic".

Ludwig also proposed a Byzantine palace in the Graswangtal, and a Chinese summer palace by the Plansee in Tyrol. These projects never got beyond initial plans.

For Berg Castle , Ludwig had a fifth tower constructed for it called "Isolde" and used the castle frequently as his summer residence. When Empress Maria Alexandrovna of Russia visited Berg in , he had the castle magnificently decorated for the duration of her stay there; the castle otherwise, by his standards, was modestly furnished.

Although the king had paid for his pet projects out of his own funds and not the state coffers, that did not necessarily spare Bavaria from financial fallout.

He demanded that loans be sought from all of Europe's royalty, and remained aloof from matters of state. Feeling harassed and irritated by his ministers, he considered dismissing the entire cabinet and replacing them with fresh faces.

The cabinet decided to act first. Seeking a cause to depose Ludwig by constitutional means, the rebelling ministers decided on the rationale that he was mentally ill, and unable to rule.

They asked Ludwig's uncle, Prince Luitpold , to step into the royal vacancy once Ludwig was deposed. Luitpold agreed, on condition the conspirators produced reliable proof that the king was, in fact, helplessly insane.

Between January and March , the conspirators assembled the Ärztliches Gutachten or Medical Report, on Ludwig's fitness to rule. Most of the details in the report were compiled by Maximilian Count von Holnstein, who was disillusioned with Ludwig and actively sought his downfall.

Holnstein used bribery and his high rank to extract a long list of complaints, accounts, and gossip about Ludwig from among the king's servants.

The litany of supposed bizarre behavior included his pathological shyness, his avoidance of state business, his complex and expensive flights of fancy, dining out of doors in cold weather and wearing heavy overcoats in summer, sloppy and childish table manners, dispatching servants on lengthy and expensive voyages to research architectural details in foreign lands; and abusive, violent threats to his servants.

The degree to which these accusations were accurate may never be known. The conspirators approached Bismarck, who doubted the report's veracity, calling it "rakings from the King's wastepaper-basket and cupboards.

In early June, the report was finalized and signed by a panel of four psychiatrists: Dr. Bernhard von Gudden , chief of the Munich Asylum; Dr.

Hubert von Grashey who was Gudden's son-in-law ; and their colleagues, Dr. Friedrich Wilhelm Hagen and Dr. Max Hubrich.

The report declared in its final sentences that the king suffered from paranoia , and concluded, "Suffering from such a disorder, freedom of action can no longer be allowed and Your Majesty is declared incapable of ruling, which incapacity will be not only for a year's duration, but for the length of Your Majesty's life.

Adding to the controversy are the mysterious circumstances under which King Ludwig died. Today, the claim of paranoia is not considered correct; Ludwig's behavior is rather interpreted as a schizotypal personality disorder and he may also have suffered from Pick's disease during his last years, an assumption supported by a frontotemporal lobar degeneration mentioned in the autopsy report.

Ludwig's only younger brother and successor, Otto, was considered insane, [39] providing a convenient basis for the claim of hereditary insanity.

At 4 am on 10 June , a government commission including Holnstein and Gudden arrived at Neuschwanstein to deliver the document of deposition to the King formally and to place him in custody.

Tipped off an hour or two earlier by a faithful servant, his coachman Fritz Osterholzer, Ludwig ordered the local police to protect him, and the commissioners were turned back from the castle gate at gunpoint.

Ludwig then had the commissioners arrested, but after holding them captive for several hours, released them.

Prince Ludwig Ferdinand was the only member of the Bavarian royal family who always remained on friendly terms with his cousin with the exception of Elisabeth, Empress of Austria , so Ludwig II wrote him a telegram; the latter immediately intended to follow this call, but was prevented from leaving Nymphenburg Palace by his uncle Luitpold, who was about to take over government as the ruling Prince Regent.

That same day, the government under Minister-President Johann von Lutz publicly proclaimed Luitpold as Prince Regent.

The king's friends and allies urged him to flee, or to show himself in Munich, and thus regain the support of the people.

Ludwig hesitated, instead issuing a statement, allegedly drafted by his aide-de-camp Count Alfred Dürckheim, which was published by a Bamberg newspaper on 11 June:.

The government succeeded in suppressing the statement by seizing most copies of the newspaper and handbills.

Anton Sailer's pictorial biography of the King contains a photograph of this rare document. The authenticity of the Royal Proclamation is doubted, however, as it is dated 9 June, before the commission arrived, it uses "I" instead of the royal "We" and orthographic errors are included.

As the king dithered, his support waned. Peasants who rallied to his cause were dispersed, and the police who guarded his castle were replaced by a police detachment of 36 men who sealed off all entrances to the castle.

Eventually, the king decided he would try to escape, but he was too late. In the early hours of 12 June, a second commission arrived.

The King was seized just after midnight and at 4 am was taken to a waiting carriage. He asked Dr. Gudden, "How can you declare me insane? After all, you have never seen or examined me before," only to be told that "it was unnecessary; the documentary evidence [the servants' reports] is very copious and completely substantiated.

It is overwhelming. On the afternoon of the next day, 13 June , Dr. Gudden accompanied Ludwig on a stroll in the grounds of Berg Castle.

They were escorted by two attendants. On their return, Gudden expressed optimism to other doctors concerning the treatment of his royal patient.

Gudden agreed; the walk may even have been his suggestion, and he told the aides not to join them. His words were ambiguous Es darf kein Pfleger mitgehen , "No attendant may come with [us]" and whether they were meant to follow at a discreet distance is not clear.

The two men were last seen at about pm; they were due back at 8 pm, but never returned. After searches were made for more than two hours by the entire castle staff in a gale with heavy rain, at pm that night, the bodies of both the King and von Gudden were found, head and shoulders above the shallow water near the shore.

The King's watch had stopped at Gendarmes patrolling the park had neither seen nor heard anything unusual. Ludwig's death was officially ruled a suicide by drowning, but the official autopsy report indicated that no water was found in his lungs.

Speculation exists that Ludwig was murdered by his enemies while attempting to escape from Berg.

One account suggests that the king was shot. According to Lidl, he had hidden behind bushes with his boat, waiting to meet the king, to row him out into the lake, where loyalists were waiting to help him escape.

Ludwig's remains were dressed in the regalia of the Order of Saint Hubert , and lay in state in the royal chapel at the Munich Residence Palace. In his right hand, he held a posy of white jasmine picked for him by his cousin the Empress Elisabeth of Austria.

His heart, however, does not lie with the rest of his body. Bavarian tradition called for the heart of the king to be placed in a silver urn and sent to the Gnadenkapelle Chapel of Mercy in Altötting , where it was placed beside those of his father and grandfather.

Three years after his death, a small memorial chapel was built overlooking the site and a cross was erected in the lake.

A remembrance ceremony is held there each year on 13 June. The King was succeeded by his brother Otto, but since Otto was considered incapacitated by mental illness due to a diagnosis by Dr.

Gudden and had been under medical supervision since , the king's uncle Luitpold remained regent. Paul von Thurn und Taxis.

A letter from Paul to Ludwig:. I am just finishing my diary with the thought of the beautiful hours which we spent together that evening a week ago which made me the happiest man on earth Oh, Ludwig, Ludwig, I am devoted to you!

I couldn't stand the people around me; I sat still and, in my thoughts I was still with you How my heart beats when, as I passed the Residenz, I saw a light in your window.

Ludwig and Paul seemed to be having a great time, but Paul decided to follow his families wishes and find a suitable bride. Paul's wealthy and powerful family wanted an heir and the same pressure was soon on Ludwig.

Every ambitious mother was trying to force her daughters on the handsome young King, but they met with now success. King Ludwig briefly experimented with heterosexuality, at least superficially.

The wedding was to take place in August, but by early summer it had been postponed to October. Just two weeks before the wedding, Sophie received a letter canceling the engagement.

Ludwig writes in his diary:. Poor Sophie Charlotte with her fiance King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Richard Hornig in , such a stud! Menu de navigation Espaces de noms Article Discussion.

Les garde-fous du roi , p. L'hydrocution malaise vagal propoque une forme de paralaysie qui peut entrainer une noyade.

Louis II. Maximilien II. Othon I er. The failure of losing Bavaria to Prussia haunted Ludwig II for the rest of his life. It caused him to retreat into himself.

Ludwig II of Bavaria was obsessed with the work of Wagner. Wagner and Ludwig had, in many respects, a synergistic relationship. But the partnership worked for Ludwig, too — Wagner acted as his muse, inspiring Ludwig creatively, and acting as inspiration for his castles and theatrical projects.

Ludwig began to lose himself in the fantasy worlds depicted in Wangerian myth — he started dressing as some of the operatic characters, and began to sleep in the day and only venture out at night.

Having grown up in Hohenschwangau Castle , a castle built in the s by his own father, it could be no surprise that Ludwig II of Bavaria would also become obsessed with building extravagant new palaces.

Part of his motivation seemed to stem from his desire to live in a fantasy world. But it also seems that we wished the castles to serve as elaborate stages for performances of Wagner, and as fortresses of retreat, where he could hide from the demands of the world outside.

His private palace of Linderhof was designed as a refuge for a reclusive king to hide away from the hubbub of his kingdom, deep within the Bavarian countryside.

This tiny palace was designed for one person alone — it has only ten rooms, and four of these were for servants.

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