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  1. Luis II de Hesse-Darmstadt (en alemán, Ludwig II. von Hessen-Darmstadt; Darmstadt, 26 de diciembre de 1777 - ibidem, 16 de junio de 1848) fue desde 1830 hasta 1848, el gran duque de Hesse-Darmstadt . Índice 1 Primeros años 2 Después de asumir el cargo 3 Renuncia al gobierno y muerte 4 Matrimonio y descendencia 5 Distinciones honoríficas

  2. 01/05/2022 · Genealogy profile for Ludwig II von Hessen-Darmstadt Ludwig II von Hessen-Darmstadt (Hessen-Darmstadt), Großherzog zu Hessen und bei Rhein (1777 - 1848) - Genealogy Genealogy for Ludwig II von Hessen-Darmstadt (Hessen-Darmstadt), Großherzog zu Hessen und bei Rhein (1777 - 1848) family tree on Geni, with over 230 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    • "велик херцог Лудниг II фон Хесен-Дармщат"
    • December 26, 1777
  3. Luis II, Gran Duque de Hesse-Darmstadt fue desde 1830 hasta 1848, el Gran Duque de Hesse-Darmstadt.

  4. Louis II nonetheless acknowledged them, and they were considered legitimate Princes and Princesses of Hesse and by Rhine by the nobles of Europe. Two of them lived to adulthood. Prince Ludwig of Hesse-Darmstadt (9 June 1806 – 13 June 1877); (the future Grand Duke). Stillborn son (18 August 1807).

    • Early Life
    • Early Reign
    • Austro-Prussian and Franco-Prussian Wars
    • Engagement and Sexual Orientation
    • Patron
    • Controversy and Struggle For Power
    • Deposition
    • Death
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    Born at Nymphenburg Palace (located in what is today part of central Munich), he was the elder son of Maximilian II of Bavaria and Marie of Prussia, Crown Prince and Princess of Bavaria, who became King and Queen in 1848 after the abdication of the former's father, Ludwig I, during the German Revolution. His parents intended to name him Otto, but h...

    Crown Prince Ludwig was in his 19th year when his father died after a three-day illness, and he ascended the Bavarian throne. Although he was not prepared for high office, his youth and brooding good looks made him popular in Bavaria and elsewhere.He continued the state policies of his father and retained his ministers. His real interests were in a...

    Unification with Prussia took center stage from 1866. In the Austro-Prussian War, which began in August, Ludwig supported Austria against Prussia. Austria and Bavaria were defeated, and Bavaria was forced to sign a mutual defense treaty with Prussia. When the Franco-Prussian War broke out in 1870, Bavaria was required to fight alongside Prussia. Af...

    The greatest stress of Ludwig's early reign was pressure to produce an heir. This issue came to the forefront in 1867. Ludwig became engaged to Duchess Sophie in Bavaria, his cousin and the youngest sister of his dear friend, Empress Elisabeth of Austria. They shared a deep interest in the works of Wagner. The engagement was announced on 22 January...

    After 1871, Ludwig largely withdrew from politics, and devoted himself to his personal creative projects, most famously his castles, for which he personally approved every detail of the architecture, decoration, and furnishing.

    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. By 1885, the king was 14 million marksin debt, had borrowed heavily from his family, and rather than economizing, as his financial ministers advised him, he planned further opulent designs wi...

    At 4 am on 10 June 1886, 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 commissione...

    On the afternoon of the next day, 13 June 1886, 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. Following dinner, at around 6 pm, Ludwig asked Gudden to accompany him on a further ...

    Though many considered Ludwig peculiar, the question of clinical insanity remains unresolved. The prominent German brain researcher Heinz Häfner has disagreed with the contention that clear evidence existed for Ludwig's insanity. Others believe he may have suffered from the effects of chloroformused in an effort to control chronic toothache rather ...

    Ludwig the Second, king of Bavaria by Clara Tschudi1908 English
    BBC R4 Great Lives programme on Ludwig – listen online: BBC Radio 4 - Great Lives, Series 26, Ludwig II of Bavaria
  5. Luis II de Baviera. Luis de Wittelsbach (en alemán: Ludwig Otto Frederik Wilhelm; Palacio de Nymphenburg, Múnich, Baviera; 25 de agosto de 1845 - Lago de Starnberg, ibídem; 13 de junio de 1886) fue un príncipe bávaro de la Casa de Wittelsbach, rey de Baviera de 1864 a 1886 con el nombre de Luis II de Baviera. A veces se le llama el Rey ...

  6. Zur Geschichte des Grossherzogthums Hessen : von 1790 bis 1848 by Johann Wilhelm Christian Steiner ( Book ) 1 edition published in 1849 in German and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Werke der höheren Baukunst für die Ausführung by L Lange ( Book ) 1 edition published in 1847 in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member ...