#1 Most CHILLING Ends of Famous Leaders
KING GEORGE II OF GREAT BRITAIN
From June 11, 1727, until his death in October 1760, King George I of Great Britain and Ireland ruled over both Great Britain and Ireland.
He was the final British king to be born abroad. He was also the final emperor to personally lead his soldiers into combat. This occurred during the 1743 Battle of Dettingen.
One thing that had already altered was how little influence the King had over public policy. Sir Robert Walpole, the prime minister, was in charge of the government.
The 18th century marked England’s transition from its previous medieval monarchy to a more sophisticated and democratic political framework.
The final Great monarch before the modern era was King George II. His death is peculiar because of this. He passed away as he sat down to use the restroom on October 25, 1760. He died from an aortic dissection, which is a catastrophic surge of blood breaking through the innermost layer of the aorta, according to an autopsy report. Simply put, his heart simply exploded.
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By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter
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