Queen Elizabeth II I lived a long, eventful and exciting life. She had to face many challenges both private and public. On the occasion of her death, we have compiled the best documentaries about her.
ARD: Queen – upon the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
There is currently a documentary on the death of the British Queen in which journalist Rolf Selman-Egbert recalls her eventful life in an obituary. He goes to the highs and lows of his life – that’s how he remembers it The death of her father, George VI.It shows photos of her later coronation and various meetings between the Queen and international politicians.
Documents can be streamed in ARD media library.
ARD: Queen – Fateful Years for the Queen
ARD documentary series “The Queen – Fateful Years for the Queen” Six critical stages In the life of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. An insight into the family life of the House of Windsor is also provided.
The documentary series can be viewed in the ARD media library.
ZDF: Elizabeth II – The Eternal Queen
45-minute documentary The defining moments of the Queendistance. Her life was marked by events that changed not only her, but also her country and the world. She witnessed World War II, the disintegration of the empire, the terror of the Irish Republican Army, and the questioning of her country’s monarchy. Her life has always been closely connected with world politics. The ZDF documentary traces not only the Queen’s biography, but also a journey through the last century.
Documents can be streamed into the ZDF media library.
RTL +: Elizabeth II – Windsor of Excellence
The documentary ‘Elizabeth II – Windsor of Excellence’ focuses on any one of them Challenge the public and private queen He had to ask since he took the throne. The Queen saw how drastically the world had changed. Her dedication defined her lifelong service to the throne.
Documents can be streamed on RTL+.
RTL +: Elizabeth II – Special, like never before
Documentary film “Elizabeth II – Special like never beforeIt consists of photographs and film footage covering the life of the royal family from the 1950s onwards. Most of these recordings have never been shown before, and only some on special occasions have been commented on by people in the Queen’s life, including Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards Or the Queen’s press secretary, Charles Anson. A special feature is the subtitles that have been added based on lip movements to the recordings where there is no sound. They reveal a previously hidden side to the Queen.
The first broadcast on ITV took place on April 8, 2021. The first broadcast in German took place on August 31, 2021. Since then, the documentary can be broadcast on RTL +.
Netflix: The Royal House of Windsor
Six-part documentary series Netflix He uses new information to depict the power struggles and political maneuvers that the British royal family has had to master over the past 100 years. Documentation begins with the outbreak of World War I. The question examines how the royal family has been able to establish itself at the head of the British royal family over four generations, despite many obstacles.
Part Six is available on Netflix until September 29.