Jerzy Kwiatkowski (1894–1980) was a lawyer, banker, and industrialist who was arrested as a political prisoner by the Nazi regime in 1943 and sent to the Konzentrationslager (concentration camp) Lublin, in occupied Poland.
Norman M. Naimark is senior fellow of the Hoover Institution and of the Freeman Spogli Institute and McDonnell Professor of East European Studies at Stanford. His most recent book is Stalin and the Fate of Europe: The Struggle for Sovereignty in Postwar Europe.
Maciej Siekierski is the senior curator emeritus of the European collections at the Hoover Institution Library & Archives. Among his publications is I Saw the Angel of Death: Experiences of Polish Jews Deported to the USSR during World War II, with Feliks Tych.