R. W. Seton-Watson

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Robert William Seton-Watson (natus die 20 Augusti 1879; mortuus die 25 Iulii 1951) fuit clarus rerum gestarum scriptor Britannicus qui praecipue de Imperio Austro-Hungarico et de gentibus eius scripsit.

Opera selecta[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • The Future of Austria-Hungary and the Attitude of the Great Powers (1907, pseudonymo Scotus Viator)
  • Racial Problems in Hungary (1908, pseudonymo Scotus Viator) Textus interretialis
  • Political Persecution in Hungary: an appeal to British public opinion (1908, pseudonymo Scotus Viator)
  • 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)
  • Masaryk in England (1943)[1]
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References[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. (CS) PRECLÍK Vratislav. Masaryk a legie (Масарик и Легии), Ваз. Книга, váz. kniha, 219 str., vydalo nakladatelství Paris Karviná-Mizerov, Žižkova 2379 (734 01 Karviná, CZ) ve spolupráci s Masarykovým demokratickým hnutím (изданная издательством «Пари Карвина», «Зишкова 2379» 734 01 Карвин, в сотрудничестве с демократическим движением Масаpика, Прага) , 2019, ISBN 978-80-87173-47-3,