Foreign Languages Publishing House
The name Foreign Languages Publishing House was given to two government-based publishing houses: a now-defunct publisher located in the former Soviet Union, and a currently existenting one located in North Korea.
Moscow Foreign Languages Publishing House
The Foreign Language Publishing House was a state run publisher in the Soviet Union that published Russian literature, novels, propaganda, and books about the USSR in foreign languages. These included works by Lenin and Stalin. It was headquartered at 21 Zubovsky Boulevard.
Pyongyang Foreign Languages Publishing House
The Foreign Languages Publishing House is the central DPRK publishing bureau of foreign-language documents, located in the Potonggang District of Pyongyang, North Korea. It employs a small group of foreigners to revise translations of North Korean texts so as to make those texts suitable for foreign-language publication.
- A Year in Pyongyang, An autobiography of a foreign reviser, Andrew Holloway is available online.
- Foreign Languages Publishing House – electronic documents published by the Foreign Languages Publishing House in Pyongyang.
- Korean Publication – N. Korean official outlet
- North Korea Books – Canadian firm selling North Korean literature
- Progress Publishers, another Soviet era printing house which published books and pamphlets in English on a wide range of topics.
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