HIBBERT, Christopher. British, b. 1924. Genres: History, Biography. Career: Freelance writer. Publications: The Road to Tyburn, 1957; King Mob, 1958; Wolfe at Quebec, 1959; The Destruction of Lord Raglan, 1961; Corunna, 1961; Benito Mussolini, 1962; The Battle of Arnhem, 1962; The Roots of Evil, 1963; The Court at Windsor, 1964; Agincourt, 1964; Garibaldi and His Enemies, 1965; The Making of Charles Dickens, 1967; Charles I, 1968; The Grand Tour, 1969; London: Biography of a City, 1969; The Dragon Wakes, 1970; The Personal History of Samuel Johnson, 1971; George IV: Prince of Wales, 1972; George IV: Regent and King, 1973; The Rise and Fall of the House of Medici, 1974; The Illustrated London News: Social History of Victorian Britain, 1975; Daily Life in Victorian England, 1975; Edward VII, 1976; The Great Mutiny: India 1857, 1978; Disraeli and His World, 1979; The Court of St. James's, 1979; The French Revolution, 1980; Africa Explored, 1982; Queen Victoria in Her Letters and Journals, 1984; Rome: Biography of a City, 1985; Cities and Civilizations, 1986; The English: A Social History, 1066-1945, 1987; Venice: The Biography of a City, 1988; Redcoats and Rebels: The War for America, 1762-1783, 1990; The Virgin Queen: The Personal History of Elizabeth I, 1990; The Story of England, 1992; Cavaliers and Roundheads, the English at War 1642-1649, 1993; Florence: Biography of a City, 1993; Nelson: A Personal History, 1994; Wellington: A Personal History, 1997; George III: A Personal History, 1998; Queen Victoria, 2000; The Marlboroughs: John and Sarah Churchill, 2001; Napoleon: His Wives and Women, 2002. EDITOR: A Soldier of the Seventy First, 1975; (with B. Weinreb) The London Encyclopaedia, 1983; The Encyclopaedia of Oxford, 1988; Gronow: Reminiscences of Regency and Victorian England, 1991. Address: 6 Albion Pl, West St, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2DT, England.