Atheist Publishing House, Moscow
Atheist Publishing House existed from 1922 until 1930 at 1 Granatnyi Alley in Moscow. The publishing house was developed by P.A. Krasikov and I.A. Shpitsberg to disseminate works criticizing religion. By 1931, "Atheist" was taken over by the anti-religious newspaper Bezbozhnik (Godless) that was produced by the League of Militant Atheists.
Sources & Citations
Bubink, T., Hoffmann, H. (2015). Studying religions with the Iron Curtain closed and opened: The academic study of religion in Eastern Europe. Leiden: Brill. (Dates of existence)
Whiting , K. (1970). Background information on the Soviet Union. Alabama: Aerospace studies institute, Air University, U.S. Air Force, Maxwell Air Force Base. (Bezbozhnik and Atheist Publishing House dates and history)
yivoencyclopedia.org (Censorship in the USSR; Bezbozhnik)