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The World's Work: An Illustrated Magazine of National Efficiency and Social Progress

was a British monthly magazine founded in 1902. It was first published in the UK by William Heinemann, London. The first issue appeared in December 1902. The title of this magazine changed a few times before it ceased publication in 1932.

Name changes

  • The world's work (1902-1904)
  • The world's work and play (1904-1906)
  • The world's work (1906-1923)
  • The world today (1923-1932)
  • Pieces by Bram Stoker
    From 1907 to 1908 Stoker published a total of three articles in The World's Work. These three articles are:
  • 1907 "The Great White Fair in Dublin"
  • 1907 "The World's Greatest Ship-Building Yard"
  • 1908 "Mr. De Morgan's Habits of Work"
  • Publication image
    The World's Work

    The World's Work, December 1902


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