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Wacław Sobieski (October 10, 1872 in Lwów – April 3, 1935 in Kraków, Poland) was a Polish historian, professor of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, member of the Polish Academy of Learning (Polska Akademia Umiejętności (PAU), and author of many works on the history of Poland especially of the 17th century. He was an indirect descendant of King Jan III Sobieski.


  • Wacław Sobieski, Trybun ludu szlacheckiego (1905)
  • Wacław Sobieski, Polska a hugenoci po nocy św. Bartłomieja (1910)
  • Wacław Sobieski, Dzieje Polski (History of Poland, 1923-25)
  • Wacław Sobieski, Archiwum Jana Zamoyskiego (1904)


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