George III: An Essay in Monarchy

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2002 - History - 233 pages
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This book is a political study of the reign of George III which draws upon unpublished sources and takes account of recent research to present a rounded appreciation of one of the most important and controversial themes in British history. It examines the historical reputation of George III, his role as a European figure and his religious convictions, and offers a discussion of the domestic and imperial policies with which he was associated.

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G.M. Ditchfield is at the School of History, University of Kent at Canterbury.

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