Adolf Lindenbaum (June 12, 1904 in Warsaw, Russian Empire (now Poland) – 1941 in Paneriai), was a Polish logician and mathematician. He was a student of Wacław Sierpiński, became a distinguished author of works on set theory and had served as an Assistant Professor at Warsaw University. He was killed by the Nazis in Paneriai (Ponary), near Vilnius.
- Page on Sierpinski, contains fragments of his memoirs mentioning the murder of Lindenbaum
- An entry about Lindenbaum written by Edward Marczewski and Andrzej Mostowski, Polski słownik biograficzny, Tom XVII, p. 364–365
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