Denomination: Roman Catholic
Lech Marian Mokrzecki, Polish history of education educator. Head, History of Social Science Commission, Policy Academy of Sciences; Member Association International pour History of Education Belgium, Committee International Sciences History, Commission History of Historiography Italy, Polish Academy of Sciences (History of Science and Technology committee).
Master of Arts, University Torun, Poland, 1956. Diploma cellist, Academy Music, Gdansk, Poland, 1962. Master of Arts, Academy Music, Gdansk, Poland, 1964.
Doctor of Philosophy, Higher School Pedagogy, Gdansk, Poland, 1967. DrHabil, University Gdansk, Poland, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Linköping University, 1998.
- From assistant to professor extraordinary Gdansk University, Poland, 1966, professor ordinary, 1993—2006.
- Author: Three Centuries of Gdansk Learning, 1969, second edition, 1976, The Study of the Teaching of History, 1973, In the Sphere of the Work of Gdansk Historians in XVII Century, 1974 (Minister of Education award 1976), The Beginning of the Knowledge of the Sea in the Former Kingdom of Poland, 1983, The Fortress Vistulamouth, 1978, Traditions of Teaching History to the Close of XVI Century-Selected Countries and Problems, 1992 (Minister of Education award 1993), From the Tradition of Teaching History to the End of 16th Century, 1992, Science and Education in Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth, 2001, The History of Gdansk University, 2006. Co-author, editor: In the Sphere of Culture, Music, Ballet, 1971 (Minister of Culture award 1972), Scientific Copy Books of Gdansk University, Pedagogy History of Education, 1993, 97. Co-author: A Significant Social Revolution, 1994.