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As an adolescent, Ludwig became close friends with his aide de camp , Prince Paul , a member of the wealthy Bavarian Thurn und Taxis family.
The two young men rode together, read poetry aloud, and staged scenes from the Romantic operas of Richard Wagner.
The friendship ended when Paul became engaged in with a commoner. During his youth, Ludwig also initiated a lifelong friendship with his cousin Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria , later Empress of Austria.
Crown Prince Ludwig was in his 19th year when his father died after a three-day illness, and he ascended the Bavarian throne. His real interests were in art, music, and architecture.
One of the first acts of his reign, a few months after his accession, was to summon Wagner to his court.
Ludwig was notably eccentric in ways that made serving as Bavaria's head of state problematic.
He disliked large public functions and avoided formal social events whenever possible, preferring a life of seclusion that he pursued with various creative projects.
He last inspected a military parade on 22 August and last gave a court banquet on 10 February These idiosyncrasies, combined with the fact that Ludwig avoided Munich and participating in the government there at all costs, caused considerable tension with the king's government ministers, but did not cost him popularity among the citizens of Bavaria.
The king enjoyed traveling in the Bavarian countryside and chatting with farmers and labourers he met along the way.
He also delighted in rewarding those who were hospitable to him during his travels with lavish gifts. He is still remembered in Bavaria as Unser Kini "our cherished king" in the Bavarian dialect.
Unification with Prussia took center stage from In November , Bavaria joined the North German Confederation , thus losing its status as an independent kingdom.
Bavaria retained its own diplomatic corps and its own army , which would come under Prussian command only in times of war.
In December , Bismarck used financial concessions to induce Ludwig with the support of the king's equerry Maximilian Count von Holnstein to write the so-called Kaiserbrief , a letter endorsing the creation of the German Empire with King Wilhelm I of Prussia as Emperor.
Nevertheless, Ludwig regretted Bavaria's loss of independence and refused to attend Wilhelm's 18 January proclamation as German Emperor in the Palace of Versailles.
The greatest stress of Ludwig's early reign was pressure to produce an heir. This issue came to the forefront in Ludwig became engaged to Duchess Sophie Charlotte in Bavaria , his cousin and the youngest sister of his dear friend, Empress Elisabeth of Austria.
The engagement was announced on 22 January ; a few days earlier, Ludwig had written Sophie, "The main substance of our relationship has always been … Richard Wagner's remarkable and deeply moving destiny.
However, Ludwig repeatedly postponed the wedding date, and finally cancelled the engagement in October. Your cruel father has torn us apart.
Eternally yours, Heinrich. Ludwig never married nor had any known mistresses. It is known from his diary which began in the s , private letters, and other surviving personal documents that he had strong homosexual desires.
In intensely Catholic and socially conservative 19th-century Bavaria, the scandal of a homosexual monarch would have been intolerable.
Throughout his reign, Ludwig had a succession of close friendships with men, including his chief equerry and master of the horse , Richard Hornig — ,  the Bavarian prince Paul von Thurn und Taxis ,  the Hungarian theater actor Josef Kainz , and his courtier Alfons Weber b.
Ludwig's original diaries from onward were lost during World War II , and all that remain today are copies of entries made during the plot to depose him.
Some earlier diaries have survived in the Geheimes Hausarchiv "secret archives" in Munich, and extracts starting in were published by Evers in After , 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.
Ludwig was intensely interested in the operas of Richard Wagner. This interest began when Ludwig first saw Lohengrin at the impressionable age of 15, followed by Tannhäuser ten months later.
Wagner's operas appealed to the king's fantasy-filled imagination. Wagner had a notorious reputation as a political radical and philanderer, and was constantly on the run from creditors.
Without Ludwig, Wagner's later operas are unlikely to have been composed, much less premiered at the prestigious Munich Royal Court Theatre now the Bavarian State Opera.
A year after meeting the King, Wagner presented his latest work, Tristan und Isolde , in Munich to great acclaim.
However, the composer's perceived extravagant and scandalous behaviour in the capital was unsettling for the conservative people of Bavaria, and the King was forced to ask Wagner to leave the city six months later, in December Ludwig considered abdicating to follow Wagner, but Wagner persuaded him to stay.
Ludwig provided the Tribschen residence for Wagner in Switzerland. Wagner completed Die Meistersinger there; it was premiered in Munich in Wagner, however, was now planning his great personal opera house at Bayreuth.
Ludwig initially refused to support the grandiose project. However, when Wagner exhausted all other sources, he appealed to Ludwig , who loaned him , thalers to complete the work.
In , Ludwig attended the dress rehearsal and third public performance of the complete Ring Cycle at the Festspielhaus.
Ludwig's interest in theater was by no means confined to Wagner. In , he appointed Karl von Perfall as director of his new court theater.
Ludwig wished to introduce Munich theater-goers to the best of European drama. Between and , the King had private performances Separatvorstellungen given for himself alone or with a guest, in the two court theaters, comprising 44 operas 28 by Wagner, including eight of Parsifal , 11 ballets, and plays the principal theme being Bourbon France at a cost of 97, marks.
I want to look myself, not to be a spectacle for the masses. Ludwig used his personal fortune supplemented annually from by , marks from the Welfenfonds  to fund the construction of a series of elaborate castles.
In his letters, Ludwig marvelled at how the French had magnificently built up and glorified their culture e. His dream became to accomplish the same for Bavaria.
These projects provided employment for many hundreds of local laborers and artisans and brought a considerable flow of money to the relatively poor regions where his castles were built.
In , Ludwig commissioned the first drawings for his buildings, starting with Neuschwanstein and Herrenchiemsee , though work on the latter did not commence until Schloss Neuschwanstein "New Swanstone Castle" is a dramatic Romanesque fortress with soaring fairy-tale towers.
Hohenschwangau was a medieval knights' castle that his parents had purchased. Ludwig reputedly had seen the location and conceived of building a castle there while still a boy.
In , Ludwig oversaw the laying of the cornerstone for Schloss Neuschwanstein on a breathtaking mountaintop site. The walls of Neuschwanstein are decorated with frescoes depicting scenes from the legends used in Wagner's operas, including Tannhäuser, Tristan und Isolde, Lohengrin, Parsifal, and the somewhat less than mystic Die Meistersinger.
In , construction was completed on Ludwig's Schloss Linderhof , an ornate palace in neo-French Rococo style, with handsome formal gardens.
The grounds contained a Venus grotto lit by electricity, where Ludwig was rowed in a boat shaped like a shell.
After seeing the Bayreuth performances, Ludwig built Hundinghütte "Hunding's Hut", based on the stage set of the first act of Wagner's Die Walküre in the forest near Linderhof, complete with an artificial tree and a sword embedded in it.
In Die Walküre , Siegmund pulls the sword from the tree. Hunding's Hut was destroyed in , but a replica was constructed at Linderhof in In , Ludwig had Einsiedlei des Gurnemanz a small hermitage, as seen in the third act of Parsifal erected near Hunding's Hut, with a meadow of spring flowers.
The king would retire to read. A replica made in can now be seen in the park at Linderhof. Nearby a Moroccan House, purchased at the Paris World Fair in , was erected alongside the mountain road.
Sold in and taken to Oberammergau, it was purchased by the government in and re-erected in the park at Linderhof after extensive restoration.
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.
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.
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 younger only brother and successor, Otto, was considered insane,  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.
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, the king's uncle Luitpold remained regent. Luitpold maintained the regency until his own death in at the age of He was succeeded as regent by his eldest son, also named Ludwig.
His reign lasted until the end of the World War I , when monarchy in all of Germany came to an end. Though many considered Ludwig peculiar, the question of clinical insanity remains unresolved.
His cousin and friend, Empress Elisabeth held that, "The King was not mad; he was just an eccentric living in a world of dreams.
They might have treated him more gently, and thus perhaps spared him so terrible an end. One of Ludwig's most quoted sayings was, "I wish to remain an eternal enigma to myself and to others.
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