Polish Publishing House / Chrzescijanski Instytut Wydawniczy Znaki Czasu (Warszawa, PL)

A publishing firm operated by the Polish Union Conference in Warszawa, Poland. The firm issues books, a Sabbath school lesson quarterly, and two periodicals, Znaki Czasu (“Signs of the Times”) and Glos Adwentu (“Voice of Advent”). Seventh-day Adventist books and periodicals were issued in the Polish language by the Hamburg Publishing House as early as 1910. The first SDA publishing house in Poland, Naklad Polyglotte (Polyglot Publishing House), was founded in 1921 in Bydgoszcz, not long after Poland achieved political independence (1918) after 123 years of foreign subjugation. It was then that the two Polish periodicals were begun. Transferred to Warsaw in 1922, the house was for many years known as Polyglot, and then as Polski Dom Nakladowy Lim (Polish Publishing House). It publis...

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

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