Memoirs, other speeches and writings, notes, correspondence, and photographs relating to the Polish communist movement and
to post-World War II political conditions in Poland.
Jakub Berman was born in 1901 in Warsaw into a Jewish middle-class family. He completed a degree in law at Warsaw University
in 1925. Three years later he joined the Polish Communist Party (KPP). After the Nazi-Soviet attack and partition of Poland
in September 1939, Berman moved to the Soviet side of Poland. Initially, he worked as a newspaper editor and later became
an instructor in the Comintern school, which trained activists for Josef Stalin's new party for Polish communists, the Polish
2 manuscript boxes
(0.8 Linear Feet)
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