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Louis II

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1. (Biography) known as Louis the German. ?804–876 ad, king of Germany (843–76); son of Louis I
2. (Biography) 1845–86, king of Bavaria (1864–86): noted for his extravagant castles and his patronage of Wagner. Declared insane (1886), he drowned himself
3. (Biography) de Bourbon. See (Prince de) Condé
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