Sagittarius is a French publisher founded in 1919.
Created by Simon Kra, this publisher had like original intention publish illustrated volumes with pulling limited under the direction of André Malraux. Very quickly, it became the publisher of the surrealist . Until the Crisis of 1929, several collections of literature and tests developed.
During the Second world war, it continued its work of edition with Marseilles where the Books of the South lodged it in its buildings. It is then Gabrielle Friedrich, wife Neumann, known as Gaby Neumann - right-hand man, since 1923, of Leon Pierre-Quint, the director passed in the clandestinity - which held the reins of the company. Translations of American novels and accounts of resistant were published at that time.
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