The cover of the second volume of Star of the West
World Order magazine was first published in 1935. It made available 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 endeavor. The first volume also included excerpts from a letter by Shoghi Effendi titled “The Goal of a New World Order.”
A page from The Dawn, volume 1, published in 1923 in Burmese, English, and Persian.
In 1921 in Germany, two publications began, Sonne der Wahrheit, meaning Sun of Truth, (shown here), and Wirklichkeit, meaning Reality.
In 1917 in Ishqabad, Turkistan, where the world’s first Baha’i House of Worship had recently been built, the Baha’is started Khurshid-i khavar, a news magazine whose name means Sun of the East.
Herald of the South was a journal for Baha’is in Australia and New Zealand, beginning in 1925.