As ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’ís secretary and translator from 1918 to 1920, and then at Balliol College Oxford, the young Shoghi Effendi was being prepared to become the Guardian of the Bahá’í Faith.
This updated and expanded edition was originally published as Shoghi Effendi in Oxford.
George Ronald, Oxford
Building the Administrative Order, 1922-1952
by Earl Redman
The life and work of the Guardian told through accounts by pilgrims and visitors as well as those who worked to assist him.George Ronald, Oxford
The Ten Year Crusade, 1953-1963
by Earl Redman
The story, through the eyes of those who were there, of The Ten Year Crusade, including the tragic and untimely death of Shoghi Effendi in 1957 and the decision by the ‘Chief Stewards’ of the Faith, the Hands of the Cause of God, to carry forward the Guardian’s Plan to its successful conclusion and the establishment of the final piece in Bahá’u’lláh’s Administrative Order, the Universal House of Justice. George Ronlad, Oxford
Drawing on the letters of Shoghi Effendi and Bahá'ís of the time and on the memoirs of Shoghi Effendi's fellow students at Balliol, the author provides a fascinating glimpse into this little known aspect of the life of Shoghi Effendi.Riaz Khadem
By: Ugo Giachery
The author of these recollections has written, not a biography, but his personal experiences of Shoghi Effendi (1896-1957), who, on the death of his Grandfather, ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, found himself Guardian of the Bahá’í Faith.