The Offset Printing House was a state-owned printer located in Budapest, Hungary.
The Hungarian National Peace Council sought to aid international peace and nuclear non-proliferation. It led a network of local peace committees inside Hungary that functioned as outlets to address international issues. The Council was loosely affiliated with the communist-leaning World Peace Council. The political hierarchy of the Hungarian People’s Republic used the National Council to propagate anti-Western initiatives. To this end, the peace movement in Hungary had to abide by the agenda of the National Peace Council and, external peace initiatives were deemed illegitimate.