Juliusz Bardach

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Juliusz Bardach (3 November 1914, in Odessa – 26 January 2010, in Warsaw[1]) was a Polish legal historian. Professor of the University of Warsaw, member of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He specialized in the history of governance and law of Lithuania and Poland.

He received his Ph.D. from the Jagiellonian University in 1948. He received Doctor honoris causa from the University of Łódź (1995), University of Warsaw (1996) and the University of Vilnius (1997). Bardach was a recipient of the Grand Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta (2002) and the Officer's Cross of the Lithuanian Order of Merit (2006).

He is the older brother of surgeon and Gulag survivor Janusz Bardach, author of Man Is Wolf to Man.

Selected works[edit]

  • Historia państwa i prawa Polski do połowy XV wieku (1957)
  • Historia państwa i prawa polskiego (1976, with Bogusław Leśnodorski and Michał Pietrzak, ISBN 83-01-00104-6)
  • Themis a Clio czyli Prawo a historia (2001, ISBN



  1. ^ "WPIA". Retrieved 2010-01-27.