Józef Mackiewicz 1902-1985
Journalist, writer, publicist, anticommunist.
Stanisław Mackiewicz 1896-1966
Conservative publicist, politician, and historical writer.
Szymon Majchrowicz 1717-1783
Jesuit monk, critic of reform trends based on the ideas of the Enlightenment.
Wacław Makowski 1880-1942
Professor of criminal law, a leading participant of the debates on the political system of the Second Polish Republic.
Władysław Maliniak 1885-1941
Lawyer and political publicist.
Maurycy Mann 1814-1876
Publicist, and editor of the “Czas” daily.
Czesław Martyniak 1906-1939
Philosopher of law, follower of Thomistic philosophy.
Marian Massonius 1862-1945
Ignacy Matuszewski 1891-1946
Politician and publicist.
Tomasz Merta 1965-2010
Political activist, civil servant, and Conservative publicist.
Adam Mickiewicz 1798-1855
Polish poet, publicist, independence activist.
Bogusław Miedziński 1891-1972
Politician associated with Józef Piłsudski’s camp.
Juliusz Mieroszewski 1906-1976
Józef Milewski 1859-1916
Economist and political activist.
Zygmunt Miłkowski 1824-1915
Pro-independence activist, ideologist and forerunner of Polish National-Democratic movement.
Feliks Młynarski 1884-1972
Public activist, economist.
Maurycy Mochnacki 1803-1834
Political thinker, activist, and publicist associated with Polish Democratic and patriotic currents.
Franciszek Morawski 1783-1861
Soldier of the Napoleonic era, general of Congress Poland, and man of letters.
Marian Morawski 1845-1901
Jesuit and philosopher, one of the most eminent Polish followers of Neo-Scholasticism.
Tadeusz Morski 1754-1825
Political writer, advocate of political reforms towards the end of the so-called First Polish Republic, diplomat.
Jan Mosdorf 1904-1943
National-Democratic activist and publicist.
Andrzej Mycielski 1900-1993
Professor of constitutional law.