Journal of Calendar Reform
(published 1930-1955) tracks organized developments
of support for The World Calendar in various countries around
the world. Some countries were ready and waiting for larger
countries to lead the way. When that didn't happen, more dead
ends were created.
consolidated entries linked from this page are presented so
that people in or from the listed countries can know that
they have a base from which to start again. Obviously, the
people will be different but the previously involved organizations
and levels of government may tie to local research and decisions
long since forgotten.
each country's page, the chronologically latest updates appear
with highlights of the Ninth Annual (1956)
Meeting of The World Calendar Association, International and
are building backwards to the First Annual (1948)
you are visiting here before the country in which you are
interested is listed, or before a listed country has detail,
please check back or let us know the name of the country.
NOTE: This part of the site is still under
The World Calendar