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William Villiers Wallace

educator

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