List of Historian from countries other than India

Are you passionate about History? Here is list of noted historians from countries other than India.

Historians of the Ancient Period
•    Herodotus, (484 – c. 420 BC), Halicarnassus, "Father of History"
•    Thucydides, (460 – c. 400 BC), Peloponnesian War
•    Berossus, (early 3rd century BC), Babylonian historian
•    Xenophon, (431 – c. 360 BC), an Athenian knight and student of Socrates
•    Ptolemy I Soter (367 BC — c. 283 BC), General of Alexander the Great, Founder of Ptolemaic Dynasty.

•    Timaeus of Tauromenium, (c. 345 – c. 250 BC), Greek history
•    Quintus Fabius Pictor, (c. 254 BC - ?), Roman history
•    Gaius Acilius, (fl. 155 BC), Roman history
•    Polybius, (203 – c. 120 BC), Early Roman history (written in Greek)
•    Sima Qian, (c. 145 - c. 86 BC), Chinese history
•    Julius Caesar, (100 – c. 44 BC), Gallic and civil wars
•    Diodorus of Sicily, (1st century BC), Greek history
•    Sallust, (86 – 34 BC)
•    Dionysius of Halicarnassus, (c. 60 - after 7 BC), Roman history
•    Livy, (c. 59 BC – AD 17), Roman history
•    Cremutius Cordus, (? - 25), Roman history
•    Curtius Rufus, (c. 60-70), Greek history
•    Ban Gu, (32 - 92), (Han Dynasty)
•    Flavius Josephus, (37 – 100), Jewish history
•    Ban Zhao, (45 - 116), (Han Dynasty)
•    Thallus, (early 2nd century AD), Roman history
•    Plutarch, (c. 46 – 120), would not have counted himself as an historian, but is a useful source because of his Parallel Lives of important Greeks and Romans.
•    Gaius Cornelius Tacitus, (c. 56 – c. 120), early Roman Empire
•    Suetonius, (75 – 160), Roman emperors up to Flavian dynasty
•    Appian, (c. 95 - c. 165), Roman history
•    Arrian, (c. 92-175), Greek history
•    Lucius Ampelius, (3rd century AD?), Roman history
•    Dio Cassius, (c. 160 - after 229), Roman history
•    Herodian, (c. 170 - c. 240), Roman History
•    Eusebius of Caesarea, (c. 275 - c. 339), Early Christian
•    Ammianus Marcellinus, (c. 325 – c. 391)
•    Rufinus of Aquileia, (c. 340 - 410), Early Christian
•    Philostorgius, (368 - c. 439), Early Christian
•    Socrates of Constantinople, (c. 380 - ?), Early Christian
•    Fa-Hien, (c. 337 - c. 422), Chinese Buddhist monk and historian
•    Priscus, (5th century AD), Byzantine history
•    Sozomen (c. 400 - c. 450), Early Christian
•    Theodoret, (c. 393 - c. 457), Early Christian
 Medieval historians/chroniclers
•    Shen Yue, (441-513), History of the Liu Song Dynasty (420-479)
•    Zosimus, (fl. 491 - 518), Late Roman history
•    Procopius, (c. 500 - c. 565), Byzantines
•    John Malalas, (c. 491 - 578), Early Christian
•    Jordanes, (6th century), Goths
•    Gregory of Tours, (538 – 594), Franks
•    Geo Chil-bu, (6th century), Silla historian
•    Yi Mun-jin, (7th century), Goguryeo historian
•    Adamnan, (625 - 704), Irish historian
•    Bede, (c. 672 – 735), Anglo-Saxons
•    Tírechán, (fl. c. 655), Irish biographer of Saint Patrick
•    Cogitosus, (fl. c. 650), Irish historian,
•    Muirchu moccu Machtheni, (7th century), Irish historian
•    Paul the Deacon, (8th century), Langobards
•    Nennius, (9th century?), Shadowy historian of Wales
•    Martianus Hiberniensis, (819-875), Irish teacher and historian
•    Einhard, (9th century) - Biography of Charlemagne
•    Notker of St Gall, (9th century), Anecdotal Biography of Charlemagne
•    Ibn Rustah, (10th century), Persian historian and traveler
•    Asser, Bishop of Sherborne, (died 908/909), Welsh historian
•    Regino of Prüm, (died 915)
•    Muhammad al-Tabari, (838 – 923), Great Persian historian
•    Liutprand of Cremona, (922 – 972), Byzantine affairs
•    Li Fang, (925 – 996) Chinese editor of the Four Great Books of Song
•    Heriger of Lobbes, 925-1007
•    Al-Biruni, (973 – 1048), Persian historian
•    Geoffrey of Monmouth, churchman/historian
•    Thietmar of Merseburg, German, Polish, and Russian affairs
•    Nestor the Chronicler, author of the Russian Primary Chronicle
•    Gallus Anonymus, Polish historian
•    Albert of Aix, historian of the First Crusade
•    Michael Psellus, (1018 – c. 1078)
•    Sima Guang, (1019 – 1086), historiographer and politician
•    Marianus Scotus, (1028 – 1082/1083), Irish chronicler
•    Guibert of Nogent, (1053 – 1124)
•    Galbert of Bruges, 12th century, Flemish chronicler
•    Florence of Worcester, (died 1118), English chronicler
•    Eadmer, (c. 1066 – c. 1124), post-Conquest English history
•    Kim Bu-sik, (1075 – 1151), Korean historian, author of the Samguk Sagi
•    Symeon of Durham, (died after 1129), English chronicler
•    William of Malmesbury, (c. 1080 – c. 1143)
•    Anna Comnena, (1083 – after 1148)
•    Usamah ibn Munqidh, (1095 – 1188)
•    Adam of Bremen, historian of Scandinavia
•    Kalhana, historian of Kashmir.
•    Saxo Grammaticus, (12th century), Danish
•    Svend Aagesen, (12th century), Danish
•    Alured of Beverley, (12th century), English chronicler
•    William of Tyre, (c. 1128 – 1186)
•    William of Newburgh, (1135 – 1198), English historian called "the father of historical criticism"
•    John of Worcester, (fl. 1150s), English chronicler
•    Giraldus Cambrensis, (c. 1146 – c. 1223)
•    Wincenty Kadlubek, (1161 – 1223), Polish historian
•    Ambroise, (fl. 1190s), Anglo-Norman poet, wrote verse narrative of the Third Crusade
•    Geoffroi de Villehardouin, (c. 1160 – 1212)
•    Nicetas Choniates, (died c. 1220)
•    Snorri Sturluson, (c. 1178 – 23rd Sept.1241), Icelandic historian
•    Ata al-Mulk Juvayni, (1226-83), Persian historian
•    Matthew Paris, (died 1259)
•    Il-yeon, (1206 – 1289), Korean historian, author of the Samguk Yusa
•    Salimbene di Adam, (1221 – c. 1290), Italian
•    Templar of Tyre, (c. 1230 – 1314), end of the Crusades
•    Jean de Joinville, (1224 – 1319)
•    Rashid al-Din, (1247 – 1317), Persian historian
•    ibn Khaldun, (1332 – 1406), North African historian "of the world"
•    Piers Langtoft, (died c. 1307)
•    Abdullah Wassaf, 13th century, Persian historian
•    John Clyn, fl. 1333-1349, Irish historian
•    Jean Froissart, (c. 1337 – c. 1405), chronicler
•    Dietrich of Nieheim, (c. 1345 – 1418), ecclesiastic history
•    Seán Mór Ó Dubhagáin, d. 1372
•    Adhamh Ó Cianáin, d. 1373
•    John of Fordun, Scottish chronicler (d. 1384 )
•    Ruaidhri Ó Cianáin (died 1387)
•    Álvar García de Santa María, (1370 – 1460)
•    Giolla Íosa Mór Mac Fhirbhisigh, fl. 1390-1418
•    Alphonsus A Sancta Maria, (1396 – 1456)
•    Jan Długosz, Polish historian and chronicler
•    Philippe de Commines, French historian
•    Cathal Óg Mac Maghnusa, 1439-1498, compilor and annalist.
•    Sharaf ad-Din Ali Yazdi, d. 1454, Persian historian
•    John Capgrave, (1393 – 1464)
•    Christine de Pizan, (c. 1365 – c. 1430), historian, poet, philosopher
•    Robert Fabyan, (died 1513)
•    Albert Krantz, (1450 – 1517)
•    Polydore Vergil, (c. 1470 – 1555), Tudor history
•    Sigismund von Herberstein, (1486 – 1566), Muscovite affairs
•    João de Barros, (1496 – 1570)
•    Niccolò Machiavelli, (1469 – 1527), author of Florentine Histories
•    Josias Simmler, (1530 – 1576)
•    Paolo Paruta, (1540 – 1598), Venetian historian
•    Raphael Holinshed, (died c. 1580)
•    Hector Boece, Scottish philosopher and historian. Wrote "Historia Gentis Scotorum" (1465-1536)
•    Caesar Baronius, (1538 – 1607)
•    Abd al-Qadir Bada'uni, (1540 – 1615), Indo-Persian historian
•    John Hayward, (1564 – 1627)
•    Pilip Ballach Ó Duibhgeannáin (fl. 1579–1590)
•    Bahrey (1593), an Ethiopian monk and historian. Wrote Zenahu le Galla (History of the Galla, now the Oromo)
•    William Bradford, (1590 – 1657), Mayflower/Plymouth Colony of America
 Early modern historians (1600 – 1799)
 A
•    Fray Iñigo Abbad y Lasierra (1745 – 1813) Spanish historian
 B
•    Teimuraz Bagrationi, (1782 – 1846), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
•    Archibald Bower, (1686 – 1766), Rome
•    Mary Bonaventure Browne, Poor Clare and Irish historian, c.1610 - c.1670.
•    Josiah Burchett, (1666? – 1746), British naval historian and Admiralty official
 C
•    Chang Hsüeh-ch'eng, (1738 – 1801), Chinese historian, local histories and essays on historiography
 D
•    John Colin Dunlop, (c. 1785 – 1842)
 E
•    Laurence Echard, (c.1670 – 1730), England
 F
•    George Finlay, (1799 – 1875), Greece
•    Francisco Jose Freire (1719 – 1773), Portuguese historian and philologist
•    Charles du Fresne, sieur du Cange, (1610 – 1688), Medieval and Byzantine historian and philologist
 G
•    Edward Gibbon, (1737 – 1794), Roman Empire and Byzantium, one of the all-time greats
•    George Grote, (1794 – 1871), classical Greece
•    François Guizot, (1787 – 1874), French historian of general French, English history
•    George Peabody Gooch, (1873 – 1968), English historian of Modern Diplomacy
 H
•    Edward Hasted, (1732–1812), Kent
•    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, (1770 – 1831), German philosopher of history
•    David Hume (1711 – 1776), Scottish Enlightenment Philosopher and author of six volume History of England (originally History of Britain)
 I
 J
 K
•    Nikolai Mikhailovich Karamzin, (1766 – 1826), Russian Empire
•    Seathrún Céitinn/Geoffrey Keating, d.1643, Irish historian
 L
•    Joachim Lelewel, (1786 – 1861), Polish historian
•    John Lingard, (1771 – 1851), England
•    Anton Tomaz Linhart, (1756 – 1795), well known for Slovenian history
 Mc and Mac
•    Dubhaltach MacFhirbhisigh, fl.1643 – 1671, Irish historian, annalist, genealogist
 M
•    Jules Michelet, (1798 – 1874), French
•    François Mignet, (1796 – 1884), French historian of the Revolution, Middle Ages
•    Johann Lorenz Von Mosheim, (1694 – 1755), Lutheran historian
•    Johannes von Müller, (1752 – 1809)
•    Ludovico Antonio Muratori, (1672 – 1750), Italy
 N
•    Louis-Sébastien Le Nain de Tillemont, (1637 – 1698), ecclesiastical historian
•    Barthold Georg Niebuhr, (1776 – 1831), German historian
 O
•    Tadhg Og Ó Cianáin (died c.1614)
•    Mícheál Ó Cléirigh, Irish historian, c.1590 – 1643
•    Peregrine Ó Duibhgeannain, Irish historian, fl.1627-1636
•    Cú Choigcríche Ó Cléirigh (died c. 1662/1664)
•    Ruaidhrí Ó Flaithbheartaigh, Irish historian, 1629 – 1716/1718
•    Josiah Ober, American historian of ancient Greece
 P
•    William H. Prescott, (1796 – 1859), US historian of Spain, Mexico, Peru
•    Placido Puccinelli, (1609 – 1685), Italian historian
 Q
 R
•    Leopold von Ranke, (1795 – 1886), European diplomacy; probably the greatest German historian
 S
•    Mikhail Shcherbatov, (1733 – 1790), Russian historian
 T
•    Vasily Tatishchev, (1686 – 1750), first historian of modern Russia
•    Adolphe Thiers, (1797 – 1877), French historian of the Revolution, Empire
 U
 V
•    Voltaire, (1694 – 1778), French Enlightenment philosopher and historian
 W
•    Sir James Ware, (1594-1666), Anglo-Irish historian and antiquarian
 X
 Y
•    Yu Deuk-gong, (1749 – 1807), Korean historian
 Z
 Historians born in the 19th century
 A
•    Henry Adams, (1838 – 1918), US 1800-1816
•    Grace Aguilar, (1816 – 1847), Jewish history
•    Charles McLean Andrews, (1863–1943), American; U.S. colonial history
•    Mikhail Artamonov, (1898 – 1972), founder of Khazar studies
•    Zurab Avalishvili, (1876 – 1944), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
 B
•    Charles Bean, (1879 – 1968), Australia in World War I
•    Charles A. Beard, (1874 – 1948), American historian, An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States
•    Mary Ritter Beard, (1876 – 1958), American Historian and wife of Charles A. Beard
•    Bernard Bailyn, Historian of Early America
•    George Bancroft, (1800 – 1891), United States
•    Wilhelm Barthold, (1869 – 1930), Muslim studies, Turkology
•    Hilaire Belloc, (1870 – 1953) French writer and historian later naturalised British.
•    Marc Bloch, (1886 – 1944), medieval France
•    Geoffrey Bruun (1899 – 1988), European civilization
•    Jacob Burckhardt, (1818 – 1897), art history, European history, The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy
•    Montagu Burrows, (1819 - 1905) first naval historian at a British university
•    John Hill Burton, (1809 – 1881), Scottish Jacobin history
 C
•    Antonio Cánovas del Castillo, (1828 – 1897), Spanish historian
•    E. H. Carr, (1892 – 1982) Soviet history, International Relations
•    Henri Raymond Casgrain, (1831 – 1904), priest, author, historian
•    Cesar de Bazancourt, (1810 – 1865), French historian; works on the Crimean War
•    Boris Chicherin, (1828 – 1904), history of Russian laws
•    Julian Corbett, (1854 - 1922), British naval historian
•    Augustin Cochin, (1876 – 1916), history of French Revolution
•    Edward Shepherd Creasy, (1812 – 1878), warfare
•    Margaret Campbell Speke Cruwys (1894-1968), Devon historian
 D
•    Felix Dahn, (1834 - 1912), European history unfolding during the first millennium CE
•    Angie Debo, (1890 - 1988), Native American and Oklahoma history
•    Léopold Delisle, (1826 - 1910), French historian and librarian
•    Johann Gustav Droysen, (1808 – 1884), German historian, professor at Kiel, Jena & Berlin
 E
•    Mary Anne Everett Green, (1818 – 1895), English
 F
•    Lucien Febvre, (1878 – 1956), French historian
•    Frantz Funck-Brentano, (1862 – 1947), French historian and librarian
•    Numa Denis Fustel de Coulanges, (1830 – 1889), antiquity, France
 G
•    François-Louis Ganshof, (1895–1980), medieval history
•    Arthur Giry, (1848 – 1899), diplomatics
•    Gustave Glotz, (1862-1935), Ancient Greece
•    Timofey Granovsky, (1813 – 1855), medieval Germany
•    Lionel Groulx, (1878 – 1967), priest, historian
•    René Grousset, (1885 – 1952), Oriental History
 H
•    Louis Halphen, (1880 – 1950), Middle Ages
•    Clarence H. Haring, (1885 - 1960), Latin American history
•    Charles H. Haskins, (1870 - 1937), Americans first medieval historian
•    Henri Hauser, (1866 – 1946), French historian, economist, geographer
•    Julien Havet, (1853 - 1893), Middle Ages
•    Paul Hazard, (1878 - 1944), Modern France
•    Charles Downer Hazen, (1868 – 1941), author of Europe since 1815
•    Auguste Himly, (1823 – 1906), French historian and geographer
•    Johan Huizinga,(1872 - 1945), Dutch historian, author of Waning of the Middle Ages
 I
•    Dmitry Ilovaisky, (1832 – 1920), Russian history
 J
•    Muhammad Jaber, (1875 – 1945), history of the Levant and the Middle-East
•    William James (naval historian), historian of the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic Wars
•    Ivane Javakhishvili, (1876 – 1940), Georgian historian
 K
•    Samuel Kamakau, (1815 – 1876), Hawaiian historian
•    Konstantin Kavelin, (1818 – 1885), history of Russian laws
•    Philip Moore Callow Kermode, (1855 – 1932), Manx crosses and runic inscriptions
•    Alexander William Kinglake, (1809 – 1891), works on the Crimean War
•    Vasily Klyuchevsky, (1841 – 1911), Russian history
•    Dudley Wright Knox, (1877 – 1960), American naval historian
•    Ludwig von Köchel, (1800 – 1877), writer, composer, botanist, music historian
•    Nikodim Kondakov, (1844 – 1925), Byzantine art
•    Nikolay Kostomarov, (1817 – 1885), Russian and Ukrainian history
•    Godefroid Kurth, (1847 – 1916), Belgian historian
 L
•    William L. Langer, (1896 – 1977), US historian, World and diplomatic history
•    John Knox Laughton, British naval historian
•    Ferdinand Lot, Middle Ages
 Mc and Mac
•    Thomas Macaulay, (1800 – 1859), British
 M
•    Frederic William Maitland, (1850 – 1906), legal history
•    Alfred Thayer Mahan, (1840 – 1914), naval history
•    Friedrich Meinecke, (1862-1954), 18th-19th century German intellectual and cultural history
•    Paul Meyer, Middle Ages
•    Auguste Molinier, Middle Ages
•    Theodor Mommsen, (1817 – 1903), Roman Empire
•    Alfred Morel-Fatio, history of Spain
•    Lewis Mumford, (1895 – 1988)
 N
 O
 P
•    Cesare Paoli (1840-1902), Italian History
•    Gaston Paris, Middle Ages
•    Samuel W. Pennypacker (1843 – 1916), Pennsylvania history
•    Henri Pirenne, (1862 – 1935), Belgian and medieval European history
•    Sergey Platonov, (1860 – 1933), Oprichnina and Time of Troubles
•    Eileen Power, Middle Ages
•    H. F. M. Prescott (1896-1972), biographer of Mary I of England and medieval History
•    Datto Vaman Potdar, (1890 – 1979), Indian Historian
 Q
•    Jules Quicherat, Middle Ages
 R
•    William Pember Reeves (1857-1932), New Zealand history
•    B. H. Roberts, (1857 – 1933), Mormon historian and leader
•    Theodore Roosevelt, (1858 – 1919)
•    Simon Rutar, (1851 – 1903)
 S
•    Abram L. Sachar, (1899 – 1993)
•    George Sarton, (1884 – 1956), history of science
•    Ferdinand Scheville, (1868–1954), author of A History of Europe: From the Reformation to the Present Day
•    Sergey Solovyov, (1820 – 1879), Russian historian
•    Govind Sakharam Sardesai, (1865 – 1959), Indina Historian and Author of 'The New History of Maratha Empire'
•    Goldwin Smith, (1823 – 1910), historian
•    Oswald Spengler, (1880-1936), The Decline of the West
•    Shin Chaeho, (1880 – 1936), Korean historian
 T
•    Frank Bigelow Tarbell, (1853 – 1920), author of numerous books on ancient art history
•    Thatcher, Oliver J., (1857 – 1937), author of A general history of Europe 350 - 1900
•    A. Wyatt Tilby, (1880 – 1948), British author of The English People Overseas (Vol. I – VI)
•    Alexis de Tocqueville, (1805 – 1859) French historian, author of The Old Regime and the French Revolution, Democracy in America
•    Zacharias Topelius, (1818 – 1898)
•    Arnold J. Toynbee, (1889 – 1975), A Study of History
•    Heinrich von Treitschke, (1834 – 1896)
•    George Macaulay Trevelyan, (1876 – 1962)
•    Mikheil Tsereteli, (1878 – 1965), Georgian historian
 V
•    Paul Vinogradoff, (1854 – 1925), later Roman Empire
 W
•    Mary Wilhelmine Williams, (1878 – 1944), Latin America
•    Spenser Wilkinson, British military historian
•    Justin Winsor, (1831 – 1897), editor of the Narrative and Critical History of America, (8 vols., 1884-89)
•    Ernest Llewellyn Woodward, (1890-1971), British historian, British history and international relations
•    Gordon Wright, Modern French History
 Y
•    Yi Byeongdo, (1896 – 1989), Korean historian
 Z
•    Faddei Zielinski, (1859 – 1944), Ancient Greece

Modern historians (after 1900)
 A
•    Raouf Abbas, (1939 - 2008) Egyptian historian; modern history of Egypt & Japan, Comparative history, Social history and economic history.
•    Irving Abella, Canadian historian & author
•    Robert G. Albion, (1896 – 1983), maritime history
•    Dean C. Allard, American naval history
•    Michael Allen, American historian, trans-Mississippi West
•    Gar Alperovitz, American historian, Hiroshima
•    Ida Altman, American historian, colonial Spain & Latin America
•    Stephen Ambrose, (1936 – 2002), American; WW2, U.S. political, wrote Band of Brothers
•    Joyce Appleby, American; US early national
•    Herbert Aptheker, (1915 – 2003), American; African American history
•    Philippe Aries, French; medieval; childhood
•    Karen Armstrong, British; religious history
•    Leonard J. Arrington, (1917 – 1999), American; Mormons
•    Paul Avrich, Russian history, the Anarchist movement (chiefly in the United States)
 B
•    Ahron Bregman, Arab-Israeli conflict
•    Yehuda Bauer, the Holocaust
•    David E. Barclay, German history
•    Harry Elmer Barnes, American historian.
•    Linda Diane Barnes, American history
•    G.W.S. Barrow, Scottish history
•    Jacques Barzun, (born 1907), cultural history
•    Hanna Batatu, Palestinian historian and author of an authoritative study of modern Iraq
•    K. Jack Bauer, (1926 – 1987), U.S. naval, military, and maritime historian
•    James Belich (born 1956), New Zealand history
•    Isaiah Berlin, (1909 – 1997), history of ideas
•    Michael Beschloss, (born 1955) American historian and celebrity intellectual, history of the U.S. presidency
•    Nicholas Bethell, Soviet history
•    David Blackbourn
•    Geoffrey Blainey (born 1930), Australian history
•    Hanne Blank (born 1969), historian of virginity
•    Gisela Bock, German feminist historian.
•    Brian Bond, British military historian
•    Daniel J. Boorstin, (1914 – 2004), intellectual history, American history
•    John Boswell, (1947 – 1994), medievalist and gay history
•    Gérard Bouchard, Canadian historian
•    Joanna Bourke, military history
•    Mark Bowden, wrote Black Hawk Down regarding the Battle of Mogadishu
•    Paul S. Boyer, American historian
•    Karl Dietrich Bracher, (1922-), modern German history
•    James C. Bradford, (1944- ), American naval history
•    William Brandon, (1914 – 2002), historian of the American West and Native Americans
•    Fernand Braudel, (1902-1985) World history
•    Martin Broszat, (1926-1989) Nazi Germany
•    Peter Brown
•    Christopher Browning, the Holocaust
•    Otto Brunner, medieval and early modern Austria
•    Alan Bullock, (1914 – 2004)
•    Peter Burke
•    Michael Burns - actor and historian
•    J. B. Bury, classical history
•    Briton C. Busch, ((1936 – 2004)), British diplomatic and American maritime history
•    Richard Bushman, (1931 -), American colonial society, American colonial politics, American colonial religion
•    Herbert Butterfield, author of The Whig Interpretation of History
 C
•    Angus Calder, (1942 – 2008), British historian, British history
•    Helen Cam (1885–1968) English medieval historian
•    Otto Maria Carpeaux, (1900 – 1978) foremost historian of literature
•    Sir Raymond Carr (born 1919) Spanish and Latin American history
•    Paul Cartledge, Classical Historian (5th Century Athens and Sparta, and Alexander the Great)
•    Carolyn Joyce Carty [1957- )Faith
•    Lionel Casson
•    Boris Celovsky, Czech-German relations
•    Howard I. Chapelle, maritime history
•    Satyabrata Rai Chowdhuri, history of Leftism, Indian history
•    Maher Charif, Palestinian historian specialising in modern Arab intellectual history and political movements
•    Iris Chang, (1968-2004) Chinese in American & Japanese war crimes
•    Alexander Campbell Cheyne, Scottish Ecclesiastical Historian
•    Winston Churchill, (1874 – 1965) political, biographical, military history.
•    J. C. D. Clark, British historian of ideas.
•    Manning Clark, (1915 – 1991) pre-eminent in Australian history
•    Robert Conquest, (born 1917) Russia, Soviet Union
•    Gordon A. Craig, (1913-) German history & diplomatic history
•    Vincent Cronin, (1924-) European and art history
•    Pamela Kyle Crossley, Chinese, Manchu and Central Asian history
•    Dan Cruickshank, British and architectural history, TV presenter
•    John S. Curtiss, inter alia, debunker of the The Protocols of Zion
•    Vladimir Ćorović, Serbian historian
 D
•    Robert Dallek, biographer of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson and John F. Kennedy
•    Vahakn N. Dadrian, Armenian genocide
•    David B. Danbom rural America
•    Robert Darnton eighteenth-century France
•    Lucy Dawidowicz, Jewish history and the Holocaust
•    Saul David, military history
•    John Davies Welsh historian
•    Norman Davies, Polish and British history
•    Natalie Zemon Davis, feminist cultural historian, early modern France, film and history
•    Kenneth S. Davis, biographer of Franklin D. Roosevelt
•    R. H. C. Davis, British historian of European Middle Ages
•    David Day, Australian historian
•    Renzo De Felice, Italian fascism
•    Carl N. Degler, American historian
•    Esther Delisle, (born 1954), French-Canadian historian & author
•    Jean Delumeau French historian specializing in the Catholic church history
•    Marcel Detienne, ancient Greece
•    Alexandre Deulofeu, (1903-1978), Catalan historian & author
•    Isaac Deutscher, (1907 – 1967) biographer of Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin
•    Tom M. Devine, Scottish historian
•    Bernard DeVoto, (1897 - 1955), American historian specializing in the history of the American West
•    Wu Di, (1951 – ), film critic and historian of the Chinese Cultural Revolution
•    Igor M. Diakonov, (1914 – 1999), Ancient Near East
•    David Herbert Donald Lincoln and Civil War
•    Gordon Donaldson Scottish historian
•    John W. Dower, Japan in 1940s
•    Georges Duby, (1924 – 1996), Middle Ages
•    William S. Dudley, ((1936–), American naval history
•    Eamon Duffy, 15th-17th century religious history
•    A. Hunter Dupree, American science and technology
•    Trevor Dupuy, (1916 - 1995) military historian
•    Will Durant, philosopher and author of the Story of Civilization series
 E
•    Elizabeth Eisenstein, French Revolution, early printing, transitions in media
•    Geoff Eley British historian of German history
•    John Elliott, (born 1941) Early Modern Spain
•    Joseph J. Ellis biographer of US Founding Fathers
•    Geoffrey Elton, (1921 – 1994) , Tudor England
•    Peter Englund, Swedish
•    Richard J. Evans, German social history
•    Alf Evers, (1905-2004) American historian
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•    Cyril Falls, (1888 - 1971), British military historian
•    Brian Farrell, (born 1929)
•    Niall Ferguson, British historian, author of The Pity of War: Explaining World War I
•    Marc Ferro, French historian
•    Joachim Fest, (born 1926), Nazi Germany
•    David Feuerwerker (1912-1980), French historian of the Emancipation of Jews.
•    Heinrich Fichtenau (1912-2000), Austrian historian; medievalism, diplomatics
•    Orlando Figes, (born 1957), Russia
•    Samuel Finer (1915 – 1993), political scientist and writer on world history
•    Robert O. Fink, (1905-1988), American classical scholar and papyrologist
•    Moses Finley, Historian of the Ancient World, especially Economic History
•    David Hackett Fischer, American economic historian, author of The Great Wave: Price Revolutions and the Rhythm of History
•    Fritz Fischer, German historian
•    Frances Fitzgerald, American journalist and historian, author of Fire in the Lake: The Vietnamese and the Americans in Vietnam
•    Robert Fogel, American economic history
•    Eric Foner, Reconstruction
•    Shelby Foote, (1916 – 2005), American Civil War
•    Michel Foucault, (1926 – 1984), French historian of ideas / philosopher
•    Robin Lane Fox, Oxford historian who has written on Alexander the Great and the Ancient World
•    Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, cultural & social history, women's history and Southern history
•    Walter Frank, (1905 – 1945), Nazi historian and anti-Semitic writer
•    H. Bruce Franklin, American historian of the Vietnam War, author of M.I.A. or Mythmaking in America
•    Antonia Fraser, England
•    Henry Friedlander, Holocaust historian.
•    Saul Friedländer, history of the Holocaust
•    Sheppard Frere
•    David Fromkin
•    Bruno Fuligni
•    Francis Fukuyama, (born 1955)
•    J.F.C. Fuller , military historian, author of A Military History of the Western World, 3 vols.
•    François Furet, French historian
 G
•    Femme Gaastra, Dutch East India Company
•    John Lewis Gaddis, diplomatic history
•    Lloyd Gardner, diplomatic history
•    Franklin Garrett, history of Atlanta
•    Peter Gay, psychohistory, European Enlightenment & 19th century social history
•    Eugene Genovese, (1930-) Southern history
•    Christian Gerlach, Holocaust and genocide history
•    Pieter Geyl, Dutch historian
•    N. H. Gibbs, history of war
•    William Gibson, ecclesiastical historian
•    Martin Gilbert, Holocaust
•    Carlo Ginzburg, pioneer of microhistory
•    James Goldrick, Australian naval officer and naval historian
•    Justo Gonzalez, historian and theologian
•    George Peabody Gooch, (1873 – 1968), British historian, "British Documents on the Origins of the War, 1898-1914" (ed.)
•    Andrew Gordon, British naval historian
•    Gerald S. Graham, British imperial history
•    Peter Green, ancient history
•    Vivian H. H. Green, (1915 – 2005), author of A New History of Christianity
•    Leonid Grinin, Philosophy of History
•    Ranajit Guha, history of India and critical historiography
•    Lev Gumilyov, (1912 – 1992), Soviet historian
•    John Guy, leading Tudor specialist
 H
•    Irfan Habib, History of India
•    Bruce Barrymore Halpenny, Airfields, WW2, Bomber & Fighter Command, Military Aircraft
•    Nicholas G. L. Hammond, (1907 - 2001) Macedonia and Greece
•    Victor Davis Hanson, ancient warfare
•    Dick Harrison, Swedish & Medieval history
•    Max Hastings, military historian and journalist
•    John Hattendorf, maritime historian
•    Ragnhild Hatton, 17th and 18th century European international history
•    Denys Hay, (1915 - 1994), medieval and Renaissance Europe
•    John Daniel Hayes, (1902 - 1991), American naval historian
•    Jeffrey Herf, German and European history
•    Arthur Herman, American and British history
•    Raul Hilberg, (1926 - 2007), Political Scientist and historian of the Holocaust
•    Klaus Hildebrand, 19th-20th German history
•    Christopher Hill (historian), (1912 - 2003), 17th century England
•    Andreas Hillgruber, 20th German history
•    Richard L. Hills (born 1936), history of technology
•    Gertrude Himmelfarb, (born 1924) 19th century British intellectual, social and cultural history
•    Harry Hinsley, (1918 - 1998), English historian and cryptanalyst (Bletchley Park)
•    Eric Hobsbawm, (born 1917) British historian, labour history
•    Marshall Hodgson, History of Islamic Civilization
•    Richard Hofstadter, (1916 - 1970), American political historian.
•    David Hoggan, neo-Nazi historian.
•    Hajo Holborn, (1902 - 1969), modern Germany
•    Richard Holmes, Military History.*Ed Hooper, Southern Appalachia, Tennessee, Old South
•    A. G. Hopkins, British historian
•    Keith Hopkins, Ancient Historian and Sociologist.
•    William Hoskins, Landscape History
•    Albert Hourani, Middle Eastern history
•    Daniel Horowitz, United States intellectual history; history of consumer culture
•    Joseph Kinsey Howard, (1906 - 1951), history of Montana and prairie Canada
•    Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz, history of women, sexuality, and higher education
•    Michiel Horn, Canadian history and Canadian academic history
•    Alistair Horne, modern French history
•    Michael Howard Military History
•    Tristram Hunt, (born 1974)
 I
•    Michael Ignatieff, (born 1947) author of Virtual War: Kosovo and Beyond
•    Halil Inalcik, Turkish historian of the Ottoman Empire
•    Jonathan Israel (born 1946), British historian of the Netherlands, the Age of Enlightenment and European Jewry
 J
•    Eberhard Jäckel, Nazi Germany
•    Julian T. Jackson, French Historian
•    Harold James, modern Germany, modern European economic history
•    Nikoloz Janashia, (1931 – 1982), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
•    Simon Janashia, (1900 – 1947), history of Georgia and the Caucasus
•    Pawel Jasienica, (1909 – 1970), Polish historian, Polish history
•    Merrill Jensen (1905 – 1980), American Revolution, U.S. Articles of Confederation
•    Paul Johnson, (born 1928), British historian, Western civilization
•    Robert Erwin Johnson (1923-2008), American naval and coast guard historian
•    Mauno Jokipii, Finnish historian, World War II
•    Gwyn Jones, medieval history
•    Loe de Jong, Dutch historian, author of The Kingdom of the Netherlands during the Second World War
•    Tony Judt, British historian, specializing in contemporary European studies
 K
•    Donald Kagan, ancient Greek history
•    John Keegan, (born 1934) English historian, popular military history
•    Hans Kelsen, legal history
•    John H. Kemble, (1912 – 1990), American maritime historian
•    Elizabeth Topham Kennan - medievalist and former president, Mount Holyoke College
•    George F. Kennan, (a.k.a. 'X') American diplomat and historian, history of US-Soviet relations
•    James Kennedy, American historian, history of the Netherlands
•    Paul Kennedy, British historian
•    W. Hudson Kensel, western American historian
•    Ian Kershaw, German history
•    Daniel J. Kevles, history of science, In the Name of Eugenics, and The Physicists
•    Michael King (1945-2004), New Zealand history
•    Simon Kitson, Historian of Vichy France
•    Matti Klinge, Finnish historian
•    R.J.B. Knight, British naval historian
•    Eberhard Kolb, German historian
•    Gabriel Kolko, American political history
•    Claudia Koonz, women's history under Nazi Germany.
•    Kim Jung-bae, (born 1940), Korean historian
•    Andrey Korotayev, (born 1961), Cliometrics
•    Thomas Kuhn, (1922 - 1996), history of science
 L
•    Benjamin Woods Labaree, American colonial and maritime history
•    Brij Lal, history of Fiji
•    Sione Lātūkefu, Tongan history
•    Leonard Woods Labaree, editor of the Benjamin Franklin Papers
•    Leopold Labedz(1920 – 1993), Soviet history
•    Andrew Lambert, British naval history
•    David Lavender, (1910 – 2003), history of the American West
•    Walter LaFeber, diplomatic history
•    Jacques Le Goff, medieval French historian
•    William Leuchtenburg, American political and legal history
•    Barbara Levick, English historian; Roman emperors
•    Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, French historian
•    Lee Ki-baek, (1924 – 2004), Korean historian
•    Li Ao, (born 1935), Chinese historian
•    Basil Liddell Hart, British military historian.
•    Leon F. Litwack, American history & African-American history
•    Mario Liverani, ancient Middle East
•    John Edward Lloyd, historian of Welshness
•    James W. Loewen, American history, author of Lies My Teacher Told Me
•    Walter Lord, American history, author of A Night to Remember
•    David J. Logan, Australian history, The Role of The Crown in Australia
•    John Lukacs, Hungarian-American historian of modern Europe.
 M
•    Charles B. MacDonald, World War II
•    Stuart Macintyre (born 1947), Australian history
•    Forrest McDonald early national US, presidency
•    K. B. McFarlane, English medievalist
•    Rosamond McKitterick, medieval history
•    Margaret MacMillan 20th century international relations, author of Paris 1919, among others.
•    Ramsay MacMullen, Roman history
•    Magnus Magnusson, Norse history
•    Piers Mackesy, British military history
•    J. D. Mackie Scottish historian
•    Leonard Maltin, famous Disney historian
•    Charles S. Maier, 20th century Europe
•    William Manchester, Author of "The Last Lion", among others. A definitive Churchill biographer.
•    Golo Mann, (1909 – 1994)
•    Robert Mann, American historian of the Vietnam War, wrote A Grand Delusion: America's Descent into Vietnam
•    Arthur Marder, British naval history
•    Timothy Mason, history of Nazi Germany
•    Henri-Jean Martin, history of the book, early printing, writing, libraries in France
•    Tyrone G. Martin, USS Constitution
•    Rev. F.X. Martin, Irish medievalist and campaigner
•    Michael Marrus, French and Jewish history
•    David McCullough, American. Two-time winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award
•    William S. McFeely - 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography for Grant: A Biography
•    James M. McPherson, very noteworthy US Civil War historian; wrote Battle Cry of Freedom
•    William McNeill, world history
•    Laurence Marvin, American historian, French medievalist
•    Garrett Mattingly, early modern Europe
•    Arno J. Mayer, World War I and Europe
•    Richard Maybury, United States, especially WWI, WWII, and the Middle East
•    Friedrich Meinecke, German historian
•    D. W. Meinig, geographic history of America
•    Russell Menard, Colonial American
•    Thomas C. Mendenhall (historian)
•    Josef W. Meri, Islamic world, Jews of Islamic Lands, Interfaith Relations
•    Barbara Metcalf, Indian subcontinent, Muslims of India and Pakistan
•    Perry Miller, intellectual historian
•    Hans Mommsen
•    Wolfgang Mommsen
•    Edmund Morgan American colonial and Revolution
•    Kenneth O. Morgan
•    William J. Morgan (historian), U.S. naval historian
•    Samuel Eliot Morison, naval history
•    Benny Morris, Middle-Eastern history
•    George Mosse, German, Jewish, fascist and sexual history
•    Roland Mousnier, early modern France
•    Mubarak Ali (b. 1941) Pakistani Historian on Mughals era and feminism
 N
•    Lewis Bernstein Namier, 18th century British history and 20th century diplomatic history
•    Allan Nevins, US political and business history; Civil War
•    Leo Niehorster, military history
•    Ernst Nolte, fascism and communism
 O
•    Robin O'Neil, Holocaust researcher
•    Heiko Oberman, Reformation
•    W. H. Oliver (born 1925), New Zealand history
•    Charles Oman, 19th century military history
•    Michael Oren, Modern middle east
•    Ilber Ortayli, Turkish historian of the Ottoman Empire
•    Mark Ovenden, Graphic design & architecture in public transport
•    Richard Overy, WW2
•    Steven Ozment, Germany
 P
•    Michael Parenti, 20th-21st century political analyst and modern/classical historian.
•    Simo Parpola, Ancient Middle East
•    J. H. Parry,(1914 - 1982) maritime historian
•    Thomas Paterson Cold War
•    Peter Paret, military history
•    Geoffrey Parker, early modern military history
•    Abel Paz Spanish anarchist movement
•    Henry Francis Pelham, Roman history
•    William Armstrong Percy, Medieval Europe and ancient Greek and Roman history. History of Homosexuality.
•    Hrvoje Petric, early modern history, environmental history, economic history
•    Detlev Peukert, historian of Alltagsgeschichte (history of everyday life) in the Weimar & Nazi eras.
•    Liza Picard, London
•    Boris B. Piotrovsky, (1908 – 1990), Urartu and Scythia
•    Richard Pipes, Russian and Soviet
•    J.H. Plumb, (1911 – 2001), British historian of the 18th century
•    J. G. A. Pocock (born 1924), early modern period and Enlightenment
•    Roy Porter, (1946 – 2002), history of medicine & Britain
•    Gordon W. Prange, American Historian, World War II Pacific, notably Pearl Harbor and Midway
•    Joshua Prawer, Israeli historian of the Crusader states
•    Janko Prunk, (1942 -) Slovenian historian for modern history
 Q
•    Wailun Quan, Chinese Historian, Warring States Period and Qin Dynasty
 R
•    Werner Rahn, German naval history
•    Jack N. Rakove, US Constitution and early politics
•    Šerbo Rastoder, Montenegrin history from the 20th century to today
•    René Rémond, French political history
•    Henry A. Reynolds (born 1938), Aboriginal - white relations in Australia
•    Susan Reynolds, critic of feudal concepts in medieval history
•    Richard Rhodes, The Manhattan Project, the Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs, and the SS-Einsatzgruppen
•    Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond, British naval historian
•    Jonathan Riley-Smith, Crusades
•    Charles Ritcheson, Anglo-American relations 1775-1815
•    Gerhard Ritter, German history.
•    Andrew Roberts, British history.
•    J. M. Roberts, European history
•    N.A.M. Rodger, British naval history
•    William Ledyard Rodgers, ancient naval history
•    Theodore Ropp, military historian
•    W.J. Rorabaugh, 19th and 20th century U.S.
•    Ron Rosenbaum, Hitler
•    Charles E. Rosenberg, medicine and science
•    Stephen Roskill, British naval history
•    Theodore Roosevelt, War of 1812, frontier
•    Michael Rostovtzeff, ancient history
•    Hans Rothfels, modern German history
•    Sheila Rowbotham, (born 1943) Feminism Socialism
•    Herbert H. Rowen, Dutch history
•    A. L. Rowse, (1903 – 1997)
•    Miri Rubin, social history of Europe between 1100-1600.
•    R. J. Rummel, genocide
•    Steven Runciman, Crusades
•    Leila J.Rupp , feminist historian
•    Conrad Russell, 17th century Britain
•    Cornelius Ryan, (1920 – 1974), World War II
•    Boris Rybakov, (1908 – 2001), leader of Soviet anti-Normanists
 S
•    Ram Sharan Sharma Eminent Historian of Ancient India
•    Edgar V. Saks, (1910–1984), Estonian Middle Ages
•    Richard G. Salomon, (1884-1966), German-American medievalist and Church historian
•    J. Salwyn Schapiro, fascism
•    Dominic Sandbrook, (born 1974), modern Britain and the United States
•    Usha Sanyal, Asian history, Islam and Sufism, especially Barelwi movement
•    Simon Schama, (born 1945), British historian and TV presenter, European and art history
•    Arthur Schlesinger, Sr.
•    Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Andrew Jackson, New Deal, John Kennedy, Robert Kennedy; Pulitzer prize winner
•    Jean-Claude Schmitt, Middle Ages
•    David Schoenbaum, modern German history & American-Israeli relations.
•    Carl Schorske, Vienna, Modernism, intellectual history.
•    Helena Schrader, Ancient Sparta, Knights Templar, Middle Ages, WWII German Resistance, WWII Women Aviators
•    Paul W. Schroeder, late sixteenth- to twentieth-century European international politics, Central Europe, theory of history
•    D. M. Schurman, British imperial and naval history
•    Joan Scott US Feminism
•    Howard Hayes Scullard, (1903 – 1983), ancient history
•    Tom Segev, Israeli history
•    Robert Service Soviet and Russian history
•    James J. Sheehan modern Germany
•    William L. Shirer, American journalist, expert on the Third Reich, wrote The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
•    Dasharatha Sharma, History of Rajasthan
•    He Shu, (1948 – ), historian of the Chinese Cultural Revolution
•    Keith Sinclair (1922-1993), New Zealand history
•    Helene J. Sinnreich, Holocaust history
•    Nathan Sivin, History of Chinese Themes
•    Quentin Skinner, early modern Britain
•    Theda Skocpol, Institutions and comparative method
•    Richard Slotkin, Environment
•    Henry Nash Smith US cultural historian
•    Jean Edward Smith US Foreign Policy, Constitutional Law, Legal History, Political Economy, Biography, Modern Germany
•    Justin Harvey Smith, Mexican-American war; Pulitzer Prize winner
•    Richard Norton Smith, U.S. presidential historian.
•    T. C. Smout Scottish environmental and social historian
•    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, (born 1918), Russian historian and novelist
•    Louis Leo Snyder, German nationalism
•    Albert Soboul, (1913 – 1982), French revolution
•    Richard Southern, medieval historian
•    Dr. E. Lee Spence, (born 1947), shipwreck historian (16th-21st century shipwrecks, worldwide)
•    Jonathan Spence, Chinese history
•    Jackson J. Spielvogel, Pennsylvania State University
•    Kenneth Stampp, American history, author The Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the Ante-Bellum South
•    David Starkey, (born 1945), Tudor historian and TV presenter
•    James M. Stayer, German Reformation historian.
•    Wickham Steed, British historian of Eastern Europe.
•    Valerie Steele, fashion historian
•    Gerald J. Steinacher, Austrian Historian on Nazi-Germany
•    Jean Stengers, Belgian historian
•    Frank Stenton, Anglo-Saxon historian.
•    Fritz Stern, American historian of Germany & Jewish history.
•    Zeev Sternhell, history of fascism.
•    William N. Still, Jr., U.S. naval history and Confederate naval history
•    Lawrence Stone, early modern British social, economic and family history
•    Norman Stone, military history
•    Hew Strachan, military historian
•    Floyd Benjamin Streeter, Kansas, Old American West
•    Michael Stürmer, modern German history.
•    Viktor Suvorov, Soviet historian
•    David Syrett, British naval history
•    Ronald Syme, (1903 – 1989), ancient history
 T
•    J. L. Talmon,(1916 – 1980), Modern History, "The Origins of Totalitarian Democracy"
•    A.J.P. Taylor, (1906 – 1990), Historian of European International relations
•    Alexander Smith Taylor (1817 – 1876), considered first bibliographer of California.
•    Alasdair and Hettie Tayler, Scottish historians
•    Ronald Takaki, American, ethnic studies historian
•    Antonio Tellez, (1921 – 2005), Spanish Anarchism and anti-fascist resistance
•    Harold Temperley, (1879 – 1939), British historian on 19c and early 20c century diplomatic history
•    Romila Thapar, (born 1931), Ancient India
•    Barbara Thiering, (born 1930), Rediscovered the "Pesher technique" of early Christian history
•    Joan Thirsk ( born 1922), History of agriculture
•    Hugh Thomas, Spanish Civil War, Cuba, Atlantic Slave Trade
•    E. P. Thompson, (1924 – 1993), British Labour historian and peace activist
•    John Toland, (1912-2004), WW1 and WW2 Histories
•    K. Ross Toole, (1920-1981), history of Montana
•    Marc Trachtenberg, Cold War history
•    Hugh Trevor-Roper, (1914 – 2003), British historian and peer, specialist on the Nazi leadership
•    Barbara Tuchman, (1912 – 1989) 20c military
•    Robert C. Tucker, Stalin
•    Peter Turchin, (born 1958), Cliodynamics
•    Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Weimar and Nazi Germany
•    Frederick Jackson Turner, (1861 – 1932), American historian who developed the Frontier Thesis
•    Denis Twitchett, (1925-2006), Cambridge scholar who greatly exapanded interest in the History of China
 U
•    Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Historian of Early America
•    Mladen Urem, Croatian literary historian
 V
•    Jean-Pierre Vernant,(1914 – 2007), French historian, ancient Greece
•    Paul Veyne, French historian, ancient Greece and Rome
•    Pierre Vidal-Naquet, (1930 – 2006), French historian, ancient Greece, Civil Rights activist
•    Hans van de Ven, Dutch-born British historian, modern China
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•    John Waiko (born 1944), Papua New Guinean history
•    Retha Warnicke, (born 1939), Tudor history & gender issues
•    Eugen Weber, modern French history
•    Cicely Veronica Wedgwood, (1910 – 1997) British
•    Hans-Ulrich Wehler, 19c German social history
•    Russell Weigley, military history
•    Gerhard Weinberg, World War Two.
•    Roberto Weiss Renaissance historian
•    Frank Welsh (born 1931), British imperial history
•    Christopher Whatley, Scottish historian
•    John Wheeler-Bennett, German history
•    John Whyte, focused on Northern Ireland and on divided societies
•    Christopher Wickham, medieval history
•    Alexander Wilkinson,(born 1975)Early Modern European History, The History of the Book in France, Spain & Portugal
•    Eric Williams, (1911 – ), Guianese historian, Caribbean history, anti-imperialist themes
•    Glanmor Williams
•    Glyndwr Williams, history of exploration
•    William Appleman Williams US diplomatic
•    Clyde N. Wilson, 19c American; John C. Calhoun
•    Ian Wilson, (born 1941) religious historian
•    Heinrich August Winkler, (born 1938) German history
•    Keith Windschuttle, (born 1942) Australian history & historiography
•    Gordon Wright, Modern French History
•    Robert S. Wistrich, Anti-Semitism, the Holocaust, and Jews in the 20th Century.
•    John B. Wolf, French history
•    Michael Wolffsohn, German Jewish history.
•    Gordon S. Wood, American Revolution
•    Michael Wood
•    C. Vann Woodward, (1908 – 1999), American South
•    Lawrence C. Wroth, American printing trade

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•    Robert J. Young, Canadian historian of the French Third Republic.
•    Robert M. Young, (born 1935), American historian, history of medicine, and human sciences.
 Y
 Z
•    Alfred-Maurice de Zayas, Cuban-American historian of the German expulsions after World War Two.
•    Howard Zinn, (born 1922) American historian, popular U.S. history, the Left in the U.S.
•    Rainer Zitelmann, German historian.

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