WILLIAM IV: A King at Sea
Known as the "Sailor King", William IV was sent to the navy to learn discipline, but instead became notorious for his calamitous years of service. Yet, as this work shows, William also helped see the country through the great constitutional crisis of its age, enabling the smooth succession of his niece, Victoria. Photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1917382
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