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||World Order magazine was founded. [SBR236; BWNS1289]
The publication included essays, poems, personal recollections, and historical pieces. The periodical brought together into one volume works by scholars, poets, artists, and practitioners from various fields of endeavour. The first volume also included excerpts from a letter by Shoghi Effendi titled "The Goal of a New World Order."
There was a break in publication from 1949 to 1966. [Bahá'í Works]
PDFs of most volumes are available for downloading from the Bahá'í Works website.
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- Bahá'í News Publications Seek to Elevate Thought, Inspire Action, by Bahá'í World News Service, in Bahá'í World (2018). Brief overview of the histories of various Baha'i journals: Star of the West, Khurshid-i khavar, Sonne der Wahrheit, Wirklichkeit, The Dawn, Herald of the South, The Baha'i World, World Order, and Bahá’í World News Service. [about]
- Prisms of World Order Magazine, The: The Impact, Contributions and the Enduring Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright's Cover Design, by Seena Fazel (2020). An overview of the intellectual contributions of World Order magazine, including a discussion of how Frank Lloyd Wright came to design a cover for its precursor, and its influence on subsequent covers. [about]
- Topical Index of Articles, Editorials, and Reviews Published in World Order (2014). Listing of articles from issues 1 through 38, 1966-2007, organized by topic. [about]
- World Order: Complete issues, in World Order (1935). [about]