Anti-German rioting in London: A crowd breaking in the windows of a German shop, c1914. Anti-German feeling in the United Kingdom led to infrequent rioting, assaults on suspected Germans and the looting of stores owned by people with German-sounding names. The increasing anti-German hysteria caused King George V (1865-1936) to change his German family name of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to Windsor. From 'The Manchester Guardian: History of the War', Vol. II.-1914-15., 1915.
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