The article presents a profile of Bernard Mark (1908-1966), a Holocaust historian and the director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw. Mark's biography is based on various materials, both published and unpublished, from his pre-war involvement in the Communist Party of Poland, through the war years spent in the Soviet Union, to his various activities in post-war Poland: a researcher and socio-cultural activist, including his publications on the Holocaust.
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