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Periodical: Neue Gedanken

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Neue Gedanken. Zeitschrift, der Anregung Schlummernder Geisteskrafte zur Erlangung von Gesundheit, Gluck und Reichtum gewidmet.
Berlin, Germany. Language: German. Publisher: Psychologischer Verlag. Editor: Jay Van Tuyl Daniels, Sydney Blanshard Flower.
Succeeds: Hypnotic Magazine (August 1896-December 1897)-->Journal of Medical Hypnotism (January to May 1898)-->Suggestive Therapeutics (June 1898-January 1901)-->Journal of Magnetism (January-November 1901)-->New Thought (December 1901-October 1910) Succeeded by: Goldfield Gossip (1906-1908)-->Popular Therapeutics (New Thought merged into in 1910)-->The Yogi (1910-1911?)-->New Thought (1920-1922?)-->Rejuvenation (1921?-1922?)-->Will-Power (1922?)-->The Thinker (1924?-1925?)
1/1, 1904-1907.

This was one of the earliest New Thought journals in Germany. It drew much of its material from New Thought (Chicago), published by Sydney B. Flower, including articles by Flower, William Walker Atkinson,Elizabeth Towne, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, and Uriel Buchanan. Psychologischer Verlag also published its Flowers Kollektion of New Thought books, articles and lessons, including several by Atkinson. Daniels had been Flower’s partner in Suggestive Therapeutics and fled Chicago when that journal was closed by the Post Office by denying it access to bulk postage rates. Harvard University; ZDB: Erlangen-N UB; Berlin UB Humboldt; Berlin SBB Haus Potsdamer Str; Berlin Charite ZHGB Gesch.Med; Hagen FernUB; Jena UuLB; Modling Theol. Hochschule.

Issues:Neue Gedanken V1 N1 Jan 1904
Neue Gedanken V1 N2 Feb 1904
Neue Gedanken V1 N3 Mar 1904
Neue Gedanken V1 N4 Apr 1904
Neue Gedanken V1 N5 May 1904
Neue Gedanken V1 N6 Jun 1904

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