Robert William Seton-Watson

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Robert William Seton-Watson, född 20 augusti 1879, död 25 juli 1951, var en engelsk historiker.

Robert William Seton-Watson var professor i centraleuropeisk historia i London sedan 1922, och var specialist på Balkan, som han behandlade i olika skrifter under pseudonymen Scotus Viator.

Bibliografi[redigera | redigera wikitext]

  • Racial Problems in Hungary (1908)
  • The Southern Slav Question (1911)
  • The Rise of Nationality in the Balkans (1917)
  • Europe in the Melting-Pot (1919)
  • The New Slovakia (1924)
  • Sarajevo : A Study In The Origin Of The Great War (1926)
  • The Roll of Bosnia in international Politics 1875-1919 (1932)
  • A History Of The Roumanians (1934)
  • Disraeli, Gladstone And The Eastern Question (1935)
  • Britain In Europe (1789-1914): A Survey Of Foreign Policy (1937)
  • Britain And The Dictators: A Survey Of Post-War British Policy (1938)
  • From Munich to Danzig (1939)
  • Masaryk In England (1943)
  • A History Of The Czechs And Slovaks (1943)

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