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  1. By Meg Matthias. Everett Collection/Shutterstock.com. Just before midnight on January 20, 1936, King George V died at Sandringham, in Norfolk, England. His health had gradually declined over the previous few months because of a chronic lung issue that had first appeared in 1928.

    • Meg Matthias
  2. 18/07/2020 · What did King George die of? Lung cancer George VI/Cause of death Anxiety, exhaustion and lung cancer were all a part of his life as king. Despite this, his friends reported that he had gone to bed at Sandringham House that night with nothing out of the ordinary, but a servant found him dead at 7:30 the next morning.

  3. 26/08/2020 · Anxiety, exhaustion and lung cancer were all a part of his life as king. Despite this, his friends reported that he had gone to bed at Sandringham House that night with nothing out of the ordinary, but a servant found him dead at 7:30 the next morning. It was later revealed that a blood clot had stopped his heart.

    • Elinor Evans
  4. 09/11/2016 · The King was found dead in bed at Sandringham House in Norfolk, on the morning of Feb. 6. He had died from a coronary thrombosis — a blocking of blood flow to the heart as a result of a blood...

    • Kate Samuelson
  5. Although he made a slow and uneventful recovery from his surgery, King George VI died suddenly and unexpectedly in his sleep on February 6, 1952, at the age of 56. Since the King had a history of peripheral vascular disease, it was assumed that the cause of death was a "coronary thrombosis."

    • Rolf F. Barth, L. Maximillian Buja
    • 2021
  6. 10/03/2020 · The next day his physician, Frank Nicholls, “opened the body” and found the king had died from an aortic dissection, a catastrophic event in which blood surges through a rent in the innermost layer of the aorta and dissects its way along the vessel wall. Many patients with aortic dissection present with severe rending pain in the chest.