|Periodical:||Theosophy in Action|
From Pat Deveney's database:
Theosophy in Action.
This was started in London at the beginning of World War II as a replacement for L'Action Theosophique, published in Belgium in French, German and English. The title phrase, a very common one in Theosophical history, denotes both the general activities of Theosophists and, more especially, those of a benevolent nature. The journal functioned as the a repository for articles on Theosophical doctrinal subjects, reports on activities in the various European sections, reports from Adyar, notes of important lectures given in local societies and summer schools, letters, book reviews, etc. Articles by John Coates, Geoffrey Hodson, et al. BL; Erasmus Library, Rotterdam; National Library of Australia; Koninklijke Bibliotheek.
This run of Theosophy in Action is part of a broad and deep donation of periodicals from the Portland, Oregon lodge of the Thoeosophical Society.
|Issues:||Theosophy In Action V30 N3 Jun 1969|
|Theosophy In Action V30 N4 Sep 1969|
|Theosophy In Action V30 N5 Dec 1969|
|Theosophy In Action V31 N1 Mar 1970|
|Theosophy In Action V31 N2 Jun 1970|
|Theosophy In Action V31 N3 Sep 1970|
|Theosophy In Action V31 N4 Dec 1970|
|Theosophy In Action V32 N1 Mar 1971|
|Theosophy In Action V32 N2 Jun 1971|
|Theosophy In Action V32 N3 Sep 1971|
|Theosophy In Action V32 N4 Dec 1971|
|Theosophy In Action V33 N1 Mar 1972|
|Theosophy In Action V33 N2 Jun 1972|
|Theosophy In Action V33 N3 Sep 1972|
|Theosophy in Action V33 N4 Dec 1972|