Włodzimierz Bączkowski 1905-2000
Political writer, one of the leading Sovietologists, an activist and ideological leading light of the Promethean movement.
Zygmunt Balicki 1858-1916
Co-founder and one of the most important thinkers of the national movement.
Oswald Balzer 1858-1933
Historian of the Polish statehood and law.
Joachim Bartoszewicz 1867-1938
Politician and publicist associated with the National-Democratic movement.
Jan Baudouin de Courtenay 1845-1929
Literary scholar and left-liberal publicist.
Zygmunt Berezowski 1891-1979
Publicist and politician associated with the National movement.
Jan Stanisław Berson 1903-1940 (?)
Writing under the pen name Otmar, was a journalist who published in “Gazeta Polska” and “Głos Prawdy”.
Andrzej Bobkowski 1913-1961
Publicist and man of letters.
Jan Bobrzyński 1882-1951
Conservative politician and political thinker, chemist by profession.
Michał Bobrzyński 1849-1935
Historian and Conservative politician from Galicia.
Adolf Bocheński 1909-1944
Distinguished political publicist and leading thinker of National-Conservative orientation of the Second Polish Republic.
Józef Bocheński 1902-1995
Dominican friar, philosopher and logician, elder brother of Aleksander and Adolf Bocheński.
Franciszek Bossowski 1879-1940
Lawyer, professor at the Stefan Batory University.
Jerzy Braun 1901-1975
Christian politician and political thinker.
Aleksander Bregman 1906-1967
Journalist, analyst, and author of highly appreciated studies on international politics.
Kazimierz Brodziński 1791-1835
Historian of Polish literature.
Stanisław Brzozowski 1878-1911
Literary critic, philosopher, writer, and publicist; one of the most influential, but also controversial and diversely interpreted thinkers in the history of leftist thought in Poland.
Wacław Budzyński 1891-1939
Political publicist, and social activist.
Stanisław Bukowiecki 1867-1944
Lawyer and expert on mining, and water, law; economist, publicist, as well as political, and social, activist.
Stefan Buszczyński 1821-1892