Montagu, John Drogo 1923-
MONTAGU, John Drogo 1923-
PERSONAL: Born December 18, 1923, in London, England; son of Henry Bernard (a naval officer) and Rosamond (Fay) Montagu; married Katharine Mary Jenkins, November 16, 1946; children: Robert Drogo, Christopher Bernard, Rosamond Anne Montagu Chapple. Ethnicity: "Christian, white." Education: St. Thomas's Hospital Medical School, London, M.R.C. S., L.R.C.P., 1946. Religion: Church of England (Anglican). Hobbies and other interests: Classical history, electronic engineering.
ADDRESSES: Home—3 Chelwood Ct., Plants Green, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 9NB, England.
CAREER: Physician, specializing in clinical psychiatry and clinical neurophysiology. Military service: British Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 1947-49; became surgeon lieutenant.
MEMBER: Royal Society of Medicine (life member), Classical Association.
The Modification of Convulsion Therapy by Muscle-relaxant Drugs (monograph), Munksgård (Copenhagen, Denmark), 1953.
Battles of the Greek and Roman Worlds: A Chronological Compendium of 667 Battles to 31 BC, from the Historians of the Ancient World, Greenhill Books, 2000.
Contributor to periodicals, including Classical Association News.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Booklist, November 15, 2000, review of Battles of the Greek and Roman Worlds: A Chronological Compendium of 667 Battles to 31 BC, from the Historians of the Ancient World, p. 664.