Sir Charles Raymond Beazley (1868 – 1955) was a British historian. He was Professor of History at the University of Birmingham from 1909-1933.
He was educated at St Paul's School, King's College London and Balliol College, Oxford. His academic career was as a Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, until his chair at Birmingham.
- James of Aragon (1890)
- Henry the Navigator (1895)
- The Dawn of Modern Geography (three volumes 1897-1906)
- John and Sebastian Cabot (1898)
- The Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea. Written by Gomes Eannes de Azurara (1899) translator with Edgar Prestage
- An English Garner: Voyages and Travels mainly during the 16th and 17th Centuries (1902) two volumes
- Voyages of the Elizabethan Seamen. Select Narratives from the 'Principal Navigations' of Hakluyt (1907) edited with Edward John Payne
- A Note-book of Mediaeval History AD323-AD1453 (1917)
- Russia From The Varangians To The Bolsheviks (1918) with Nevill Forbes and G. A. Birkett
- Nineteenth Century Europe (1922)
- The Road to Ruin in Europe (1932)
- The Beauty of the North Cotswolds (1946)