Yugoslavian Publishing House / Adventisticka Knjizara "Preporod" (Belgrade, RS)

A publishing organization without printing facilities operated by the Yugoslavian Union Conference at Belgrade, Yugoslavia. All of its publications are printed in state-owned publishing houses. The first Seventh-day Adventist publishing house in Yugoslavia was founded in Novi Sad by Robert Schillinger in 1909 and was in reality a branch of the Hamburg Publishing House. Znaci Vremena (“Signs of the Times”) was printed there. In 1919 it became independent of Hamburg and changed its name, using the name of a recently baptized well-known printer and businessman, Gavra Sasic. It was moved to Belgrade in 1931, this time under the name of Izdavacka knjizara “Preporod” (“The Revival Publishing House”). A branch established in Zagreb under the name of Zivot i zdravlje (“Life and Healt...

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

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