The World in 2030 A.D

TitleThe World in 2030 A.D
Year for Search1929
Authors[Smith], [Frederick Edwin] [1st Earl of Birkenhead](1872-1930)
Tertiary AuthorsThe Earl of Birkenhead
Date Published1929
PublisherHodder & Stoughton
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Presented as a prediction. Technology will have improved life greatly. Little change in politics or economics. Women intellectually inferior to men.

Info Notes

US ed. New York: Brewer and Warren, 1930. Originally published as a series of articles in Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine–“The World in 2029.” 82 (March 1929): 14-17; “War in 2029.” 83 (April 1929): 16-20; “Industry in 2029.” 83 (May 1929): 28-32; “Everyday Life in 2029.” 83 (June 1929): 12-15; “Amenities of 2029.” 83 (September 1929): 28-32; “The Air in 2029.” 84 (October 1929): 60-63; “World Polity in 2029” [Table of Contents] “In 2029 What Will Be the World Polity?” [Head of Article] 84 (November 1929): 60-63, 149-51; and “Women in 2029” [Table of Contents] “Women. The Inspiration and consolation of Man–Yesterday, to-day–but in 2029?” [Head of Article] 84 (December 1929): 68-69, 152-55. Part published as “100 Years From Now.” Hearst’s International-Cosmopolitan 86.2 (February 1929): 176-78.

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(1872-1930)

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1929 [Smith, Frederick Edwin, 1st Earl of Birkenhead] (1872-1930). The World in 2030 A. D. By The Earl of Birkenhead. London: Hodder & Stoughton. U. S. ed. New York: Brewer and Warren, 1930. Originally published as a series of articles in Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine (London)–“The World in 2029.” 82 (March 1929): 14-17; “War in 2029.” 83 (April 1929): 16-20; “Industry in 2029.” 83 (May 1929): 28-32; “Everyday Life in 2029.” 83 (June 1929): 12-15; “Amenities of 2029.” 83 (September 1929): 28-32; “The Air in 2029.” 84 (October 1929): 60-63; “World Polity in 2029” [Table of Contents] “In 2029 What Will Be the World Polity?” [Head of Article] 84 (November 1929): 60-63, 149-51; and “Women in 2029” [Table of Contents] “Women. The Inspiration and consolation of Man–Yesterday, to-day–but in 2029?” [Head of Article] 84 (December 1929): 68-69, 152-55. Part published as “100 Years From Now.” Hearst’s International-Cosmopolitan (New York) 86.2 (February 1929): 176-78. O

Presented as a prediction. Technology will have improved life greatly. Little change in politics or economics. Women intellectually inferior to men.