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William Villiers Wallace

William Villiers Wallace, British educator. Served with Navy, 1944-1947.; Fellow Royal History Society; member Council Royal Institute International Affairs.

Background

  • Wallace, William Villiers was born on December 15, 1926 in Glasgow, Scotland. Son of James Villiers and Joan (Forsyth) Wallace.

  • Education

    • Master of Arts in History, University Glasgow, 1950. Master of Arts in Czechoslovak Regional Studies, University London, 1953.

    Career

    • Lecturer University Pittsburgh, 1953-1954. Research fellow University London, 1954-1957. Lecturer University Aberdeen, Scotland, 1957-1959, University Durham, England, 1959-1967.

      Professor history New University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, 1967-1979. Professor, director Institute Soviet and East European Studies, University Glasgow, since 1979.

    Works

    • Author: Czechoslovakia, 1977, (with Resident Advisor Clarke) Comecon, Trade and the West, 1986. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Served with Navy, 1944-1947. Fellow Royal History Society. Member Council Royal Institute International Affairs.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Irwin Paul Fyfe, August 27, 1953. Children– Ronald Villiers, Patrick Forsyth, Moira Paul.
    • father: James Villiers Wallace
    • mother: Joan (Forsyth) Wallace
    • spouse: Mary Irwin Paul Fyfe
    • children: Ronald Villiers Wallace
    • Patrick Forsyth Wallace
    • Moira Paul Wallace
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    Born December 15, 1926
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