'Jeremy Black...is a prolific author...The book should inspire further research in other parts of the Stuart Kingdoms on the quality of leaders and more detailed research in manuscript sourses for contemporary observations on the men treated here.' Canadian Journal of History, Spring-Summer, 2006 ( Based on HB edition)
From the Author
This is an original and accessible study that both discusses the importance of the Hanoverian dynasty as a whole and considers the kings as individuals. It is a crucial work for those interested in the history of the royal family and for those concerned with eighteenth-century Britain. George III Americas last king receives due attention.
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