Ragnhild Hatton (Author)
DescriptionGeorge I, the first of the Hanoverian dynasty to rule Britain, served as both elector of Hanover and British monarch from 1714 to his death in 1727. This groundbreaking biography--the only comprehensive account of George's life and reign--reveals the king as an impressive ruler who welcomed the responsibilities of his dual role and set out to bring culture to what he considered the unsophisticated English nation.
Yale University Press
May 11, 2001
6.11 X 9.14 X 0.96 inches | 1.2 pounds
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About the Author
The late Ragnhild Hatton was professor of international history at the University of London. Jeremy Black, professor of history at the University of Exeter, is the author of numerous books, including War and the World and Maps and History, both published by Yale University Press.