1927-1946 Messengers Combined!

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  • Atlantis

    I don't remember who requested this file, but anyway here it is. . 1927-1946 Messengers Combined. Click the green download button http://www.fileflyer.com/view/0qRGIBM . . Atlantis

  • processor

    I reduced the file size from 433 to 183 MB (but the new file requires Adobe Reader X or higher): http://www.fileflyer.com/view/xUBGjAD

  • Captain Blithering
    Captain Blithering

    Good work mister, downloaded! Thank you.

  • Atlantis


    Thank you! That will make it a lot easier when uploading again. Say, what reducing software are you using? I have massive files that I would like to reduce in size, and I need to get a program of some kind that will help me.


    Your assistance is greatly appreciated! Here, have a cold one!



  • processor

    There are a number of size reducing programs out there; I've done this file with a test version of Adobe Acrobat. I applied the same procedure to the files on http://wtarchive.svhelden.info, and the overall compression ratio was 3:1 or so. And it does not even reduce quality, it simply optimizes the file format and reduces redundancy.

  • Doug Mason
    Doug Mason

    A few historically interesting references from this compilation.


    Bible Students the world over expected that with the expiration of the Times of the Gentiles, in 1914, God's kingdom would begin to exercise its authority over the nations of earth. And it was established, but in a different way from what we thought. The Devil was removed from his spiritual throne of rulership in heaven, from which position he had ruled the earth, as "the god of this world". (August 6, 1928, page 7)

    We joyfully embrace and take the name which the mouth of the Lord God has named, and we desire to be known as and called by the name, to wit, Jehovah's witnesses.—Isa. 43:10-12; 62:2; Rev. 12:17. (July 28, 1931, page 3)

    Historical sketch of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (August 12, 1946 pages 8-10)

    N. H. Knorr, convention servant, introduced a real surprise, a new portable phonograph designed for doorstep witnessing and made to play in a vertical position. It had a number of new features. (September 1940, page 15)

    "AWAKE" The New Magazine (August 9, 1946, page 3)

    F. W. Franz conducting the convention orchestra. (August 11, 1946 page 2)

    Photo of a young F. W. Franz. (July 22, 1927, page 3)

    The Scriptural Beliefs of Jehovah's witnesses. (August 12, 1946, page 17)

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