Even in her lifetime, Louise of Prussia was worshipped like a saint. Young, beautiful, graceful and unpretentious, she helped make the Prussian dynasty so popular and brought a female touch to the Hohenzollern state.
She placed her charm and intelligence at the service of her husband, King Frederick William III. His indecisiveness during the Napoleonic Wars forced Louise to become politically active. It was Queen Louise rather than her husband whom the French emperor accused of warmongering.
WRITER: Stefan Brauburger, Christina Trebbi DIRECTOR: Christian Twente, Michael Löseke CAMERA: Martin Christ EDITOR: Ramin Sabeti MUSIC: Paul Rabiger COMMISSIONING EDITOR: Georg Graffe (ZDF), Anja Greulich (ZDF), Friederike Haedecke (ZDF)