How Many King Georges of England Has There Been?

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England has had 6 (six) kings entitled 'King George'. These kings include; King George I (1714 - 1727), King George II (1727 - 1760), King George III (1760 -1820), King George IV (1820 - 1830), King George V (1910- 1936), King George VI (1936 - 1952). These kings had different characteristics and applied different strategies during their reign.
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