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Historical Watchtower Publications
Simply click on a link to view or download a publication. Note 1: Although some books look like duplicates, they are not. In many cases, other content changes have occurred. Note 2: These publications are not for sale. Select Years … Latest — — — — — Select Awake! Select The Watchtower Volume … —
Along with its companion magazine, Awake! The Watchtower—Public Edition has an average circulation of approximately 93 million copies every four months in languages. According to its first issue, the magazine's purpose was to draw attention to Russell's belief that people of the time were "living 'in the last days' 'the day of the Lord'—'the end' of the Gospel age," and that "the dawn of the 'new' age, are facts not only discernible by the close student of the Word, led by the spirit, but the outward signs recognizable by the world bear the same testimony. In , the Watch Tower Society reprinted all issues from — in seven volumes, known as the Watchtower Reprints , which have since been reprinted by various Bible Student groups. The stated purpose of The Watchtower is to draw attention to the kingdom of God , which Jehovah's Witnesses believe is a real government that will soon replace all earthly governments. According to the magazine's mission statement: .
The Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society produces a significant amount of printed and electronic literature, primarily for use by Jehovah's Witnesses. Their best known publications are the magazines, The Watchtower and Awake! The Watchtower was first published by Charles Taze Russell , founder of the Bible Student movement , in ,  followed by the inception of the Watch Tower Society in New publications are usually released at Jehovah's Witnesses' annual conventions. Most literature produced by Jehovah's Witnesses is intended for use in their evangelizing work.