BBC History Magazine

Andrew Roberts


George III: The Life and Reign of Britain’s Most Misunderst­ood Monarch 16 December

King George III is often depicted as a cruel tyrant whose time on the throne proved disastrous for the nation. Yet Andrew Roberts sets out to paint a very different picture: of an intelligen­t, benevolent monarch who skilfully navigated the turbulence of 18th-century politics and who was deeply devoted to his country’s constituti­on.

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