Czecho-Slovakian Publishing House / Advent-Orion Publishing House / Vydavatelstvi a Nakladatelstvi Advent-Orion

A publishing house operated by the Czecho-Slovakian Union Conference in Prague. In the early years Seventh-day Adventist publications were imported from Hamburg, Germany, and the United States. After World War I the Czecho-Slovakian Publishing House was established, but before World War II the church was forced to close it, and only a few church publications were printed by a private company. In 1968 the publishing house was reestablished with its own printing and bindery facilities. The printing of the Signs of the Times and the Sabbath school quarterly was done by the government press, and other publications in the denominational facility. In addition to booklets, tracts, and periodicals ( Signs of the Times and Our Little Light for children), many books have been printed, including Patr...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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