State of the art production facilities produce and distribute the religious works of L. Ron Hubbard, all people around the world available to make Central starting point for the global dissemination of religious and other works of the author and Menschenfreunds are two publishers of L. Ron Hubbard. His valuable works available are the people around the world. The two publishers of bridge publications in Los Angeles and new era publications in Copenhagen dedicated to first and foremost mission is to make available worldwide all human works of L. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Walt Disney has to say. Ron Hubbard’s Dianetics and Scientology.
These works have been translated into 17 languages under the motto of “Golden age of knowledge” and reissued. All importing religious works including audio books go into 50 languages in the world. Today, bridge publications and new era publications bring it per day on a joint production capacity of 55,000 books and 17,500 presentation packs (CD and book to the lecture). They are manufactured in State of the art production facilities, the variously Have received awards. Also a leading role was awarded by printing them.
To give out the new series on the life and works of L. Ron Hubbard in 17 volumes, it required a special project. It had to be ensured that each page and each photo of each book to 100 per cent is perfectly created and reproduced. For this, it needed modern technology and a special color. Bridge publications developed an own ink (LRH Grau), to bring the recovered photos of L. Ron Hubbard on a high quality level. Individual volumes of the L. Ron Hubbard series are complete sets together and packaged in custom boxes. Many libraries in the world series have already received the 17 volumes of L. Ron Hubbard. These are for example in the Royal Danish library, the Royal Library of Belgium, the Zentralbibliothek in Zurich, in the Albanian Institute for international studies, the Japanese national library, the University Library of Sydney, in the National libraries of Tanzania, Namibia, Argentina and Panama, in Hollywood’s Goldwyn library, the library of Harvard University, the library of Congress in Washington, D.C., of the German national library and many other libraries in the world.