George III

King of Great Britain

Napoleon BonaparteFarmer George, as he was known, was a very popular king of Britain who steered his nation through the American War of Independence and most of the Napoleonic Wars.

Taking the throne in 1760, George III was a caring monarch, but was stricken with bouts of sickness that some took as a mental disorder.

He was a determined foe of Napoleon Bonaparte, particularly after the execution of Louis XVI, but after 1811 had little to do with public life.

He was succeeded by his son George IV, who acted as Regent from 1811.

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