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The British Monarchy under the Reign of George VI

Abstract : As George VI was first and foremost an unexpected King, the figure of the man himself is an interesting starting point for this assessment of his reign. Seeing the man behind the King helps understand how he rose up to the occasion and stepped into a world in which he was not destined to live. On a broader perspective, this analysis will also lead us to have a look at George VI’s relations to the world of politics and institutions in the country, and what his views on the evolution of such instances were. Furthermore, on a nation-wide scale, his reign was also a time of social change in which the people, the media, society in general went through very harsh times and were in need of a strong figure that had a special connection to them.
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Camille Doublier. The British Monarchy under the Reign of George VI. Linguistics. 2019. ⟨dumas-03339775⟩

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