England: Georgians

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Lust, tempestuous relationships and madness feature in the colorful reigns of the Georgians. George I brought two mistresses over from Germany.

George II quarreled openly with his son Frederick, and George III became ruler of the British Empire - but madness eventually disabled him. His son reigned as Prince Regent for eight years, and later as King George IV.

Learn more about these rulers and the terms on which they came to rule and how their reign ended. Watch this documentary and find out what were the social occurrences of the time and what was it like to live in the Georgian period.

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