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Raduga ("Rainbow"), a Mennonite publishing company established at [[Halbstadt (Molotschna Mennonite Settlement, Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine)|Halbstadt]], Molotschna settlement, Russia, after H. J. Braun  had purchased of P. Neufeld the print shop in Halbstadt. At first (1904-9) the imprint was "Druck und Verlag von H. J. Braun." In 1909 the Raduga Publishing Company was organized. Among the directors and shareholders were H. J. Braun, [[Kroeker, Abraham Jakob (1863-1944)|A. J. Kroeker]] , and J. S. Prochanov, the leader of the Evangelical Christians. The company purchased the bookstore of Jakob Löttkemann of Halbstadt and had an interest in the bookstore of David P. Isaak of [[Schönwiese (Chortitza Mennonite Settlement, Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine)|Schönwiese]]. Later a subsidiary was established in St. Petersburg.
 
Raduga ("Rainbow"), a Mennonite publishing company established at [[Halbstadt (Molotschna Mennonite Settlement, Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine)|Halbstadt]], Molotschna settlement, Russia, after H. J. Braun  had purchased of P. Neufeld the print shop in Halbstadt. At first (1904-9) the imprint was "Druck und Verlag von H. J. Braun." In 1909 the Raduga Publishing Company was organized. Among the directors and shareholders were H. J. Braun, [[Kroeker, Abraham Jakob (1863-1944)|A. J. Kroeker]] , and J. S. Prochanov, the leader of the Evangelical Christians. The company purchased the bookstore of Jakob Löttkemann of Halbstadt and had an interest in the bookstore of David P. Isaak of [[Schönwiese (Chortitza Mennonite Settlement, Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine)|Schönwiese]]. Later a subsidiary was established in St. Petersburg.
  
Among the most important publications were the semiweekly [[Friedensstimme (Periodical)|&lt;em&gt;Friedensstimme&lt;/em&gt;]], a devotional calendar, <em>Abreisskalender</em>, in German and in Russian (highest circulation 45,000), <em>Liederperlen</em>, a monthly periodical containing songs (first published in 1889), P. M. Friesen, D<em>ie Alt-Evangelische Mennonitische Brüderschaft in Russland (1789-1910) im Rahmen der mennonitischen Gesamtgeschichte</em> (1911) , B. H. Unruh, <em>Leitfaden für den Religionsunterricht</em>, (1913), and <em>Choralbuch zum Gebrauch fur Kirche, Schule und Haus</em> ... of the General Conference of Russia (1914).
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Among the most important publications were the semiweekly [[Friedensstimme (Periodical)|<em>Friedensstimme</em>]], a devotional calendar, <em>Abreisskalender</em>, in German and in Russian (highest circulation 45,000), <em>Liederperlen</em>, a monthly periodical containing songs (first published in 1889), P. M. Friesen, D<em>ie Alt-Evangelische Mennonitische Brüderschaft in Russland (1789-1910) im Rahmen der mennonitischen Gesamtgeschichte</em> (1911) , B. H. Unruh, <em>Leitfaden für den Religionsunterricht</em>, (1913), and <em>Choralbuch zum Gebrauch fur Kirche, Schule und Haus</em> ... of the General Conference of Russia (1914).
 
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A. J. Kroeker was the manager of Raduga and the editor of the <em>Friedensstimme</em> and the [[Christlicher Familienkalender (Periodical)|&lt;em&gt;Christlicher Familienkalender&lt;/em&gt;]]. [[Kroeker, Jakob (1872-1948)|Jacob Kroeker]] also had an active part in the publishing enterprise particularly as writer and editor. In 1910 he went to Germany. In addition to the books and periodicals mentioned, Raduga published, printed, and distributed many tracts and much devotional literature in the Russian and German languages which made a substantial contribution to the spread of the evangelical movement in Russia. After the Revolution H. J. Braun went to Germany and A. J. Kroeker to the United States.
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A. J. Kroeker was the manager of Raduga and the editor of the <em>Friedensstimme</em> and the [[Christlicher Familienkalender (Periodical)|<em>Christlicher Familienkalender</em>]]. [[Kroeker, Jakob (1872-1948)|Jacob Kroeker]] also had an active part in the publishing enterprise particularly as writer and editor. In 1910 he went to Germany. In addition to the books and periodicals mentioned, Raduga published, printed, and distributed many tracts and much devotional literature in the Russian and German languages which made a substantial contribution to the spread of the evangelical movement in Russia. After the Revolution H. J. Braun went to Germany and A. J. Kroeker to the United States.
 
= Bibliography =
 
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"Abraham J. Kroeker  -- Writer and Publisher." <em>Mennonite Life</em> VII (October 1952): 165.
 
"Abraham J. Kroeker  -- Writer and Publisher." <em>Mennonite Life</em> VII (October 1952): 165.
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Kroeker, A. Jr., "Abraham J. Kroeker." (manuscript).
 
Kroeker, A. Jr., "Abraham J. Kroeker." (manuscript).
 
 
 
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Raduga ("Rainbow"), a Mennonite publishing company established at Halbstadt, Molotschna settlement, Russia, after H. J. Braun  had purchased of P. Neufeld the print shop in Halbstadt. At first (1904-9) the imprint was "Druck und Verlag von H. J. Braun." In 1909 the Raduga Publishing Company was organized. Among the directors and shareholders were H. J. Braun, A. J. Kroeker , and J. S. Prochanov, the leader of the Evangelical Christians. The company purchased the bookstore of Jakob Löttkemann of Halbstadt and had an interest in the bookstore of David P. Isaak of Schönwiese. Later a subsidiary was established in St. Petersburg.

Among the most important publications were the semiweekly Friedensstimme, a devotional calendar, Abreisskalender, in German and in Russian (highest circulation 45,000), Liederperlen, a monthly periodical containing songs (first published in 1889), P. M. Friesen, Die Alt-Evangelische Mennonitische Brüderschaft in Russland (1789-1910) im Rahmen der mennonitischen Gesamtgeschichte (1911) , B. H. Unruh, Leitfaden für den Religionsunterricht, (1913), and Choralbuch zum Gebrauch fur Kirche, Schule und Haus ... of the General Conference of Russia (1914).

A. J. Kroeker was the manager of Raduga and the editor of the Friedensstimme and the Christlicher Familienkalender. Jacob Kroeker also had an active part in the publishing enterprise particularly as writer and editor. In 1910 he went to Germany. In addition to the books and periodicals mentioned, Raduga published, printed, and distributed many tracts and much devotional literature in the Russian and German languages which made a substantial contribution to the spread of the evangelical movement in Russia. After the Revolution H. J. Braun went to Germany and A. J. Kroeker to the United States.

Bibliography

"Abraham J. Kroeker  -- Writer and Publisher." Mennonite Life VII (October 1952): 165.

Friesen, Peter M. Die Alt-Evangelische Mennonitische Brüderschaft in Russland (1789-1910) im Rahmen der mennonitischen Gesamtgeschichte. Halbstadt: Verlagsgesellschaft "Raduga", 1911: 669 ff.

Hege, Christian and Christian Neff. Mennonitisches Lexikon, 4 vols. Frankfurt & Weierhof: Hege; Karlsruhe; Schneider, 1913-1967: v. III, 425.

Kroeker, A. Jr., "Abraham J. Kroeker." (manuscript).


Author(s) Benjamin H. Unruh
Cornelius Krahn
Date Published 1959


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Unruh, Benjamin H. and Cornelius Krahn. "Raduga." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 19 Sep 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Raduga&oldid=96156.

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Unruh, Benjamin H. and Cornelius Krahn. (1959). Raduga. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 19 September 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Raduga&oldid=96156.




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