From an article by Karl Showler: a brief history of Abushady's first bee journal, Bee World:
"In mid-June 1919 a new beekeeping journal was launched by, Dr Ahmed Zaky Abushady (1892‐1955), an Egyptian physician living in London who was an enthusiastic apiarist and journalist. Dr Abushady also organized a club for scientifically inclined beekeepers called the Apis Club whose headquarters was at Port Hill House, Benson, Oxfordshire. The Bee World , which was to be published monthly, with a subscription of 2s 6d (12½ pence in present UK currency)."
|Bee World||Vol.87 (1) 2010 pp. 2-4|
|Article Title||Bee World - A Phoenix Arises. The evolution of a beekeeping journal|
|Abstract||The author is fortunate in having a complete set of The Bee World except for part of the first volume. In preparing this contribution he has drawn on the originals and also on Bee Research Association, 1949-1974, a history of the first 25 years which explores the evolution of Bee World from its early days as part of the Apis Club.|
|Keywords||Beekeeping, Journals, Bee World|