King of England during the American Revolution?

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The King of England during the American Revolution was King George III. He lived in England between 1738-1820. King George the third was also the first Hanoverian King to have native English as his first language.
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In 1776 King George III was King of Great Britain and, separately King of Ireland. Later in his reign (1801) the crowns of Great Britain and Ireland were united and he became King
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King George III was the king of England during the American Revolution. He's the king of England from 1760-1820.
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For the record, the first answer is right, the second one is wrong.King George III of England is not 9-letters, GEORGEIII is. If you're an American, I suggest reading up on the American
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