A Muddled History of England’s Patron Saint

On 23rd April, the people of England celebrate St. George’s Day. National hero and patron saint, he was a Christian martyr. Whilst most of us are familiar with dragon-slaying legends, the important story of a man saying no to genocide seems to have been forgotten when he was made a figure-head of the Order of the Garter. Find out more about this man, who was said to be born in Turkey – or was it Coventry? The Enigma of Saint George.