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I'm generally pretty strict on these kinds of questions, but considering that this particular block of text is kind of dense and hard to understand, I'll offer some help in parsing it. I'll break it apart bit by bit. ポーランドのプロニスクで生まれ Born in ~ Poland パレスチナ移住後はユダヤ系住民のイギリス軍への参加を呼びかけると共に After emigrating to Palestine, he called for all Jewish ...


Probably, you recognise each of the words "[顔]{かお}" and "[表]{あらわ}す", don't you? "顔に表す" is a phrase which means that someone shows his feelings on his face obviously. So, this sentence denotes, "The speaker never fails to show his sarcasm on his face."


Think of this か as a の that is nominalizing a question. デパートはどこにあるか、知{し}っていますか? Do you know where is the department store? In spoken casual conversation I've heard native speakers drop the か and communicate just as effectively, but I would recommend always using か.


どこの会議室か知りません。 Literally means "I don't know which meeting room it is." Do you know what kind of meeting room (that is)? Would literally be (それが)どんな会議室か知っていますか。

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