Because King George was treating them so badly when he put taxes on the colinists and controlling the colinists.
The Continental Congress brought nearly 30 charges against King George III. These included accusations of taxing the Colonies without their consent, housing troops without their permission, refusing to let them trade with other countries, and changing the Colonies' government.
George William Frederick III was King of Great Britain as well as King of Ireland from 1760 until. In 1801, Great Britain and Ireland united, and George III became King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
King George III had five sisters.
the king was King george the third and the queen must have been either queen charlotte or duchess Sophia something really long i don't remember because king george had those to wives
King George V Coronation Medal was created in 1911.
George III was the king of England that the colonist revolted against.
The English king who the Americans rebelled against was King George III. He was the monarch during the American Revolutionary War and is often associated with the colonial protests and the Declaration of Independence.
James O, and King Charles II.
they were colinists who were still loyal to the king of briten. hence the title loyalists
George Farrol has written: 'The late rebellion against King George, worse than Absalom's against King David' -- subject(s): Bible, Jacobite Rebellion, 1715, Sermons
Patrick Henry spoke out against King George III.
King George. Thomas Jefferson claimed that King George was a "tyrant".
King George did not expect the Colonists to choose to rebel against his power and demand their freedom.
they were revolting against his reign
That would be king george the III
Yes. England did cause a threat to the colinists in the 1750's by taxing then to pay the cause of the French and Indian war. The taxing was called the stamp Act followed by King George the third.