1683–1760, king of England 1727–60 (son of George I).
1890–1947, king of Greece 1922–23 and 1935–47.
1683–1760, king of Great Britain and Ireland and elector of Hanover (1727–60); son of George I. His victory over the French at Dettingen (1743) in the War of the Austrian Succession was the last appearance on a battlefield by a British king
1890–1947, king of Greece (1922–24; 1935–47). He was overthrown by the republicans (1924) and exiled during the German occupation of Greece (1941–45)
- George III
noun 1. 1738–1820, king of England 1760–1820 (grandson of George II).
- George inness
[in-is] /ˈɪn ɪs/ noun 1. George, 1825–94, and his son George, 1854–1926, U.S. painters.
- George IV
noun 1. 1762–1830, king of England 1820–30 (son of George III). noun 1. 1762–1830, king of Great Britain and Ireland and also of Hanover (1820–30); regent (1811–20). His father (George III) disapproved of his profligate ways, which undermined the prestige of the crown, and of his association with the Whig opposition
- George marshall
[mahr-shuh l] /ˈmɑr ʃəl/ noun 1. Alfred, 1842–1924, English economist. 2. George C(atlett) [kat-lit] /ˈkæt lɪt/ (Show IPA), 1880–1959, U.S. general and statesman: secretary of state 1947–49; Nobel Peace Prize 1953. 3. John, 1755–1835, U.S. jurist and statesman: chief justice of the U.S. 1801–35. 4. Thomas Riley, 1854–1925, vice president of the U.S. 1913–21. 5. […]