This book is a political study of the reign of George III which draws upon unpublished sources and takes account of recent research to present a rounded appreciation of one of the most important and controversial themes in British history.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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Author Biography - G. M. Ditchfield
G.M.DITCHFIELD is a reader in eighteenth-century history and former lecturer in history at the University of Kent at Canterbury. He is a former fellow of the University of Liverpool and of the Royal Historical Society. He is the author of The Evangelical Revival (UCL Press, 1998) and of approximately fifty essays and articles on eighteenth-century history.