Carlile Aylmer Macartney
Macartney was a research fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. From 1936 to 1946 he was in charge of the Hungarian section of the Foreign Office Research Department. From 1951 to 1957 he held the Chair of International Relations at Edinburgh University.
In 1974, Macartney was awarded the Grand Decoration of Honour in Gold for Services to the Republic of Austria
Macartney was the son of Carlile Henry Hayes Macartney (1842-1924). He himself married in 1923 Nedella Mamachev, who was the daughter of a Bulgarian army colonel: there were no recorded children of this marriage.
- The Social Revolution in Austria (Cambridge, 1926).
- The Magyars in the Ninth Century (Cambridge, 1930).
- Refugees: The Work of the League (London, 1931).
- Hungary (London, 1934).
- National States and National Minorities (London, 1934).
- Hungary and Her Successors: The Treaty of Trianon and Its Consequences (Oxford, 1937).
- Studies on the Earliest Hungarian Historical Sources, 3 vols. (Budapest, 1938–51).
- Problems of the Danube Basin (Cambridge, 1942).
- The Medieval Hungarian Historians: A Critical and Analytical Guide (London, 1953).
- October Fifteenth: A History of Modern Hungary, 1929-1945, 2 vols. (Edinburgh, 1956).
- Hungary: A Short History (Edinburgh, 1962).
- Independent Eastern Europe: A History (London & New York, 1962) [co-written with A. W. Palmer].
- The Habsburg Empire, 1790–1918 (London, 1968).
- Maria Theresa and the House of Austria (London, 1969).
- The House of Austria: The Later Phase, 1790-1918 (Edinburgh, 1978).
- Studies on Early Hungarian and Pontic History, edited by Lóránt Czigány and László Péter (Aldershot, 1998) [collected articles].
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