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George II

(1683—1760) king of Great Britain and Ireland, and elector of Hanover


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British monarch from ad 1727, of the House of Hanover. Born 1683, son of George I. Married Caroline, daughter of John Frederick, margrave of Brandenburg‐Anspach. He died in 1760, aged 76, having reigned 33 years.


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