|Birthplace:||Amsterdam, Government of Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands|
|Death:||Died in Weimar, Thuringia, Germany|
|Cause of death:||Holocaust|
|Occupation:||bread deliverer, resistance fighter|
|Managed by:||Bart van der Meijden|
About Marcus Lisser
Marcus Lisser was a resistance fighter. His parents were Alexander and Vogeltje Lisser. He was a member of the CPN (Communist Party of the Netherlands), which had been banned by the Nazis, and he was involved in producing and distributing the illegal paper De Waarheid. In September 1941, Marcus was arrested in connection with his work for the resistance. Marcus Lisser was married and had three children.