|H. James Burgwyn|
|Occupation||Historian, emeritus university professor|
|Period||1915 - 1943|
H. James Burgwyn (born 1936) is an American historian. He is a West Chester University of Pennsylvania emeritus Professor of History, and an authority on the foreign policy and military strategy of Italy in the period from World War I to World War II.
Bergwyn lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Published works 
- The Legend of the Mutilated Victory: Italy, the Great War, and the Paris Peace Conference, 1915-1919, Greenwood Press (1993) ISBN 0-313-28885-2
- Italian Foreign Policy in the Interwar Period: 1918-1940, Praeger Publishers (1997) ISBN 0-275-94877-3
- Empire on the Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941-1943, Enigma Books (2005) ISBN 1-929631-35-9
- H. James Burgwyn among the Emeriti . . 2012-02-13. URL:http://www.wcupa.edu/_information/official.documents/graduate.catalog/awards.htm. Accessed: 2012-02-13. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/65QKWN9Sc)
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