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Seton-Watson, R. W.
Seton-Watson, Robert W.
Seton-Watson, Robert William
Seton Watson, Robert William Masaryk
Watson, R. W. Seton-
Watson, Robert W. Seton-
Watson, Robert William
Watson, Robert William Masaryk Seton-
Watson, Robert William Seton-
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Scotus (Pseudonym; Viator; other identity, same person)
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Bodea, Cornelia
Macartney, C. A. (1895-1978)
Macartney, Carlile Aylmer (1895-1978)
Pollard, A. F. (1869-1948)
Pollard, Albert Frederick (1869-1948)
Rychlík, Jan
Slovakia plus. Stála konferencia slovenskej inteligencie
University of London. Board of Studies in History
University of London. School of Slavonic and East European Studies
Wilson, John Dover (1881-1969)
Zimmern, Alfred (1879-1957)
25 years of Czechoslovakia
Absolutism in Croatia
Balkans, Italy and the Adriatic, The
Britain and the dictators : a survey of post-war British policy
Britain in Europe : 1789-1914 : a survey of foreign policy
Czecho-Slovac Republik, The
Czecho Slovak Republic, The
Czechoslovakia in its European setting; an inaugural lecture delivered before the Univ. of Oxford on 6 Feb. 1946.
Dalmatia and the Jugoslav movement
Disraeli, Gladstone and the Eastern question : a study in diplomacy and party politics
Documents 1906-1951
Dokumenty 1906-1951
Europe in the melting-pot
Evropa v přerodu
fruits of terrorism, The : for the seventieth anniversary of the attempt in Marseilles
future of Austria-Hungary and the attitude of the great powers, The
future of Bohemia, a lecture delivered at King's college, London, in honour of the quincentenary of John Hus, The
German Minority in Czechoslovakia, The
German, Slav, and Magyar; a study in the origins of the great war
Histoire des Roumains de l'époque romaine à l'achèvement de l'unité
historian as a political force in Central Europe. An inaugural lecture delivered on 2 November 1922, The
history of medieval Austria, A
history of the Czechs and Slovaks, A
history of the Roumanians, A : from Roman times to the completion of unity
Masaryk in England
Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor : Stanhope historical essay 1901
Munich and the dictators; a sequel to 'Britain and the dictators'
Národnostní otázka v Uhrách
new Slovakia, The
Nové Slovensko
persécution politique en Hongrie...., La
Politische Verfolgungen in Ungarn
position de la Tchécoslovaquie en Europe, La : [Czechoslovakia in its European Setting] : Extrait du Slavonic and East European Review, Londres, numéro de juillet 1936
Prague essays : presented by a group of British historians to the Caroline University of Prague on the occasion of its six-hundredth anniversary
problem of small nations and the European anarchy., The
R.W. Seton-Watson a jeho vztahy k Čechům a Slovákům
R.W. Seton-Watson and his relations with the Czechs and Slovaks : documents, 1906-1951
R.W. Seton-Watson and the Romanians
R. W. Seton-Watson and the Yugoslavs. Serbo-Croatian
R.W. Seton-Watson i Jugoslaveni : Korespondencija 1906-1941
R. W. Seton-Watson (Scotus Viator) na poradách Československé Jednoty v Lázních Luhačovicích dne 10. července 1938 : [Projev]
R. W. Seton-Watson și românii
Racial problems in Hungary.
rise of nationality in the Balkans, The
Roumania and the great war
Sarajevo, a study in the origins of the great war
Sarajevo : studie o vzniku veliké války
Scotus Viator és Macartney Elemér : Magyarország-kép változó előjelekkel, 1905-1945
serbian ballads
Slovakia then and now, a political survey
Slovensko kedysi a teraz : politický prehľad
southern Slav question and the Habsburg monarchy, The
spirit of the allied nations, The
Stellung der Tschechoslovakei in Europa Aus d. Juliheft d. "Slavonic and East European Review", London, Die
südslawische Frage im Habsburger Reiche, Die
tombs of the popes; landmarks in papal history, The
Transylvania: a key-problem
Treaty revision and the Hungarian frontiers...
Tudor studies, presented by the Board of Studies in History in the University of London to Albert Frederick Pollard, being the work of twelve of his colleagues and pupils.
War and democracy, The
Zukunft Oesterreich-Ungarns und die Haltung der Grossmächte, Die