Book Description1926. The author attempts to dispel the inaccuracies and fallacies surrounding the life of this King, who was considered by many previous authors to be a "bad King." Whatever his private faults and public mistakes, George IV never possessed the Satanic genius to be a consistent rogue and reveler, nor did he wreck the State committed to him. A king must be judged by his kingdom, and during his reign George IV rebuilt Windsor castle, summoned Brighton out of the sands and capitalized Londonamong Capitols. A great work telling the story of this King as it should be told.