Ignacy Schwarzbart (1888–1961) was a prominent Polish Zionist, and one of two Jewish representatives on the Polish National Council of the Polish Government-in-Exile during the Second World War, along with Szmul Zygielbojm.
Schwarzbart and Zygielbojm played key roles in highlighting reports of Nazi atrocities against Jews in occupied Poland. In 1942 Schwarzbart held a press conference in London alleging that 1 million Jewish people had already been killed. The figures were reported in the media but were treated sceptically by both the British and by some other Polish politicians.
- Listing of the record groups in the Yad Vashem Archives, record group M2. See the site of Yad Vashem.
- Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, book review of Dariusz Stola, Nadzieja i Zagłada: Ignacy Schwarzbart – zydowski przedstawiciel w Radzie Narodowej RP (1940-1945) (Warszawa: Oficyna Naukowa, 1995), in Intermarium Archived Issue, Volume 5, No. 3 (2002), site of the Columbia University.
- Felicjan Sławoj Składkowski, Nie ostatnie słowo oskarżonego, Warszawa 2003, ISBN 83-88736-32-9
- Dariusz Stola, Nadzieja i Zagłada. Ignacy Schwarzbart - żydowski przedstawiciel w Radzie Narodowej RP (1940-1945), Warszawa 1995
- E. Thomas Wood and Stanislaw M. Jankowski: Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust, by (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1994; paperback February 1996).
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