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van Der Kiste, John (Patrick Guy)

VAN DER KISTE, John (Patrick Guy)

VAN DER KISTE, John (Patrick Guy). British, b. 1954. Genres: History, Biography. Career: Devon Library Services, Plymouth, Devon, England, library assistant, 1972-77; Land Registry, Plymouth, clerical assistant, 1977- 78; College of Further Education, Plymouth, library assistant, 1978-. Publications: Roxeventies: Popular Music in Britain, 1970-79, 1982; Queen Victoria's Family: A Select Bibliography, 1982; Singles File: The Story of the 45 R.P.M. Record (music), 1987; Windsor and Habsburg (history/biography), 1987; Crowns in a Changing World: The British and European Monarchies, 1901-36 (history), 1993; Kings of the Hellenes: The Greek Kings, 1863- 1974, 1994; Northern Crowns, 1996; The Georgian Princesses, 2000; Gilbert and Sullivan's Christmas, 2000; The Man on the Moor (novel), 2002. BIOGRAPHIES: Frederick III: German Emperor, 1888, 1981; (with B. Jordaan) Dearest Affie, 1984; The Roy Wood Story, 1986; Queen Victoria's Children, 1987; Edward VII's Children, 1989; (with D. Wadeson) Beyond the Summertime: The Mungo Jerry Story, 1990; Princess Victoria Melita, 1991; George V's Children, 1991; George III's Children, 1992; Childhood at Court, 1819-1914, 1995; King George II and Queen Caroline, 1997; The Romanovs 1818-1959, 1998; Kaiser Wilhelm II, 1999; Dearest Vicky, Darling Fritz, 2001; (with C. Hall) One a Grand Duchess: Xenia, Sister of Tsar Nicholas II, 2002. Contributor to periodicals and books. Address: c/o Sutton Publishing, Phoenix Mill, Far Thrupp, Stroud, Glos. GL5 2BU, England.

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