|Coronation portrait by Sir Luke Fildes, 1911|
|Emperor of Oceania|
|Reign||6 May 1910 – 20 January 1936|
|Coronation||22 June 1911|
|Consort||Mary of Teck|
|House|| House of Windsor|
House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
|Mother||Alexandra of Denmark|
|Born|| 3 June 1865 |
Marlborough House, London, England
|Died|| 20 January 1936 |
Sandringham House, Canberra
|Burial|| 29 January 1936 |
St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, Sydney
George I of Oceania (George Frederick Ernest Albert; 3 June 1865 - 20 January 1865), sometimes colloquially called George the Great, was the Emperor of Oceania from the 1910 death of his father, Edward I, until his own death in 1936. While his father is often regarded as the first Emperor of Oceania, George I was the first monarch to reign as the "Emperor of Oceania," which was formally declared shortly prior to his coronation in 1911 - the title of Emperor of Oceania was posthumously granted to his father.
George I is regarded as the "father of Oceania" in that he modernised the previously wild Australian countryside, oversaw the boom of its population as a result of various influxes of English, Scottish and Irish immigrants throughout the 1910's, helped negotiate a territorial dispute with France over the Malayan Archipelago, and was the leader of the country during the Pacific War, which claimed the lives of nearly 3,000,000 Oceanians, the majority of them Malayans.