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2012 | 55 | 3 | 83-97
Article title

Biblioteka Polska (1941–1944): czołowa oficyna wydawnicza polskiej diaspory wojennej na Węgrzech

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PL
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Biblioteka Polska (Budapest June 1941–March 1944) was created and managed by Maria Jankowska (real name: Wanda Pełczyńska) to reform all previous chaotic publishing activity of the Polish exiles. Biblioteka was the only publisher having its precise programme (preferences for literary books) and caring about the level of publications. Under the imprint of Biblioteka Polska in desktop publishing appeared 52 books and brochures (25% of total Polish books production in wartime Hungary), 2 yearbooks-almanacks and one magazine for children. The invasion of German troops on Hungary on 19th March 1944 put an end to the publishing house
Year
Volume
55
Issue
3
Pages
83-97
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published
2012
online
2015-10-15
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Publication order reference
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2299-6362-year-2012-volume-55-issue-3-article-4744
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