|Died 19 June 1918, Madrid, Spain|
Julián Juderías y Loyot (September 16, 1877 – June 19, 1918) was a Spanish historian, sociologist, literary critic, journalist, translator and interpreter.
Juderías was born in Madrid to a prominent family. His father, Mariano Juderías, was a well-known historical author and translator. At 17, he began work with the Spanish Ministry of State. In 1900, after the death of his father, he moved to Paris to attend the School of Eastern Languages, where he studied Russian and other Slavic languages.
Years after his death, Juderías' works greatly influenced conservative thinkers such as Ramiro de Maeztu and José María de Areilza.