Orbis Publishing Company in the Context of Inter-War Policy of Czechoslovakia in the Years 1921-1931.
|Keywords||Orbis Publishing Company, Czechoslovakia, Prager Presse|
|Citation||KOPPLOVÁ, Barbara a KRYŠPÍNOVÁ, Jitka. Orbis Publishing Company in the Context of Inter-War Policy of Czechoslovakia in the Years 1921-1931. Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae – Historia litterarum Prague: National Museum, 2010, 55(3-4), 9-14. ISSN 0036-5351. Also available from: https://publikace.nm.cz/en/periodicals/amnphl/55-3-4/orbis-publishing-company-in-the-context-of-inter-war-policy-of-czechoslovakia-in-the-years-1921-1931|
Orbis, the Printing, Publishing and Newspaper-Writing Company, Limited, was established at the end of March 1921 to provide information about the newly founded Czechoslovak state abroad. Orbis published a variety of newspapers and magazines, such as The Prager Presse (a German written daily), weeklies Gazette de Prague or Central European Observer, and several other periodicals. The company was also involved in book publishing. Orbis contributed creating a positive image of the new state, in particular in the twenties.