Brief of the Light of Victory
Date of foundation:15 July 1953
Purposes of publishing
Complying with national policies, the publisher reports important efficiencies of implementation, promotes the war preparation, reveals the conspiracy of enemy, and actively engages in culture propagation.
The objectives of publishing
The objectives of the publishing of from the first issue (July 1953) to the 88th issue (April 1962) were the military officers and soldiers, the members of Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG), and ambassadors and the diplomatic representatives of ROC. From the 89th Issue (May 1962) on, the objectives of the publication were changed to be military officers and soldiers above Company level. Public subscriptions of the publication are acceptable as well.
History of the publication
The Light of Victory was a 16-mo illustrated magazine with black-white pictures when it was founded, and was changed to be 8 full page broadsheets in January 1962 (Issue 85); since January 1972 (Issue 205), the contents of the publication have become more various and complex with colorful photos rather than black-white photos; the total page of the Light of Victory was changed to 108 pages from 64 pages, and the format from 8 full page broadsheets to 10 in January 1985 (Issue 361); the publication was completely changed to be colorful since October 1994, and its format was expanded to 8 full broadsheets and 100 pages in 2001. In January 2006, the Light of Victory was simplified to 72 pages and was edited in a lively and sentimental way, and became a complex colorful illustrated magazine with news, art, and knowledge.
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