In 1979, in Soviet-occupied Lithuania, Vytautas Andziulis built and equipped a secret printing house under his home near Kaunas. Patriotic and religious publications were published there in the years of the Soviet occupation. Vytautas Andziulis and his associate, Juozas Bacevičius, called the printing house “ab” by combining the first letters of their surnames. In ten years, the KGB was unable to track down the printing-publishing house.

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