Professor Andrew Roberts believes that King George III is the most misunderstood monarch in British history. George has been reviled as the king who suffered from porphyria, lost the American colonies and was denounced as a ‘tyrant’ by Thomas Jefferson, a ‘brute’ by Thomas Paine, and a camp yet sinister figure in Hamilton: The Musical. Professor Andrew Roberts, a Trustee of the National Army Museum, will refute these allegations.
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