The father of King George VI (reign 1936-1952) was King George V (reign 1910-1936).
The reign of King George ll lasted 34 years,from June 11,1727 until Oct 25,1760.;-)
There has never been a King George VII in English History.
He suffered mental breakdowns
From 1910 to 1936.
King George VI
1760 to 1820
they were revolting against his reign
From 1727 until his death in 1760
King George IV
Yes, George III was afflicted with porphyria, a maddening disease which disrupted his reign as early as 1765. He was unable to run his country effectively because of his illness.
W. Belsham has written: 'Memoirs of the reign of George III' 'Memoirs of the reign of George III from the Treaty of Amiens A.D. 1802 to the termination of the Regency A.D. 1820'
French and Indian war
May 6, 1910-January 20, 1936.
During the reign of William and Mary, cabinet started. The job of a "prime minister" started when George I came along.
There have been six Kings named George in British History See the related question links below.
No, King George V started it in 1932 (22 years into his reign).
29 January 1820 - 26 June 1830
The setting is during King George III reign