Question: Who was Friedrich Wilhelm IV?
Answer: Friedrich Wilhelm IV was the king of Prussia from 1840-1861. He opposed the elected assembly of German and supported the monarchs. Even though he was a true conservative, he adopted less strict policies and also promised people to form the constitution in future. But since he supported the Monarchs, he rejected the proposal to form an elected legislative assembly. Interestingly, he is referred to as the ‘Romanticist on the Throne’.