Lead: In the years following the American Revolution King George III of Great Britain began to experience mental collapse. His disease brought sorrow and confusion to his family and the nation.

                Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

                Content:  During his 60 years as Monarch of Great Britain George William Frederick presided over the acquisition of a great empire, the loss of his American colonies, the defeat of revolutionary and Napoleonic France and the emergence of Britain is one of the leading powers of Europe.  Yet, during the last quarter century of his life, suffered from a recurrent and debilitating mental illness.      

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