Wydawnictwo „Nasza Księgarnia” – powstanie i rozwój do 1939 roku

Michał Rogoż

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[“Nasza Księgarnia” publishing house – its origin and development until 1939]

“Nasza Księgarnia” publishing house (a joint-stock company) of the Polish Public Schools Teachers’ Association was founded in 1921. Its first location was Warsaw, 22 Widok st. It housed the offices, store-houses and the bookshop. The immediate organizers and the company’s founders were teachers, among others: Zygmunt Nowicki – the vice-chairman of the Directorial  Board, Karol Makuch – the general secretary of the Board, Stanisław Kruszewski – the chairman of the Board of the Cooperative Society “Nasz Sklep”. A special role in the development of publishing activity of “Nasza Księgarnia” was played by a long-time member of its Board – Józef Włodarski. In the interwar period “Nasza Księgarnia” published a total of 454 titles, of which some were re-edited. A large group of talented writers for children and youth and illustrators cooperated with the publisher.
„Nasza Księgarnia”, owing to its strict connections and cooperation with the largest national teachers’ trade organization – the Polish Teachers’ Association – became one of the best known publishing companies of the interwar period. Its activities were first of all aimed at satisfying the needs of the Polish school, which was successfully realized due to vast knowledge of the educational world.

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Nasza Księgarnia; wydawnictwa; Polska; historia; 1918-1939 r.

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