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If you're a history buff, love to talk about history and watch the History Channel, this is the board for that.
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Well he seemed like a petulant child is some respects, but in general I just don’t get what the problem was. If you want to dethrone a king there has to be a damn good reason, so what was it? His dethroning precipitated all manner of deaths over more than a hundred years. Maybe he shouldn’t have been dethroned.
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Of course this isn't a normal topic of everyday conversation. That's why it's posted in the History section action of a pro-freethinking forum.
He was described as "handsome, but soft and feminine". Two marriages and heirs. At times acted erratically. Possibly homosexual. People like to follow a strong king, a king who isn't strong and imposing and does not impress his subjects could be overthrown.