|Jan Karski and Justice Felix Frankfurter
|An account of a WWII meeting with Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter at which Karski reported to him on the extermination of Polish Jews.
|Jan Karski: A Hero of the Holocaust
| 9,100 words
|Few Words about Jan Karski
| 700 words
|A tribute by Michael Szporer.
|Wikepedia webpage; .
|A brief biography at at The Wallenberg Endowment, University of Michigan
|Jan Karski orbituaries
|Jan Karski orbituaries from The Times (1880 words) and The New York Times (2435 words).
|Interview with Jan Karski
|Hannah Rosen 1995 interview with Karski focusing on why Allied governments took no action to stop the Holocaust during WWII.
|Death Of A Hero
|Editorial from N.Y. Jewish Week, July 21, 2000.
|Monument to Dr. Jan Karski Unveiled in Washington
|Information about the monument, made by a well-known Krakow artist Karol Badyna, crafted as a park bench with Dr. Karski sitting on it, playing chess, and located at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Text of memorial plaque, photographs..
|Jan Karski's Account
|From The Warsaw Ghetto pp. 42-50. Quoted after Righteous among Nations, ed. by Zofia Lewin and Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, Earlscourt 42 Publications Ltd., London 1969
|Karski: In his own words
|Transcripts of portions of interviews E.Thomas Wood, co-author of Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust had with Jan Karski. Passages deal primarily with Karski's family, youth and Jewish boys he knew.