World History Group

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World History Group
Parent companyRegent, L.P.
Founded2006
FounderEric Weider
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationLeesburg, Virginia
Publication typesMagazines
Official websitewww.historynet.com

World History Group is a magazine publishing company headquartered in Leesburg, Virginia. It was founded in 2006 as Weider History Group by Eric Weider, the son of fitness entrepreneur Ben Weider (and nephew of Joe Weider) and current President of Schiff Nutrition International.[1][2] The Weider History Group publishes 11 titles reaching 600,000 readers. It operates HistoryNet.com, a website that contains daily features, photo galleries, and articles published in various magazines.[3] The Weider History Group was acquired by private equity firm Regent, L.P. in 2015 and was renamed the World History Group.[4][5]

List of publications[edit]

Online[edit]

Print[edit]

defunct[edit]

  • British Heritage (new publisher apparently Kliger Heritage)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eric Weider - Armchair General - Armchair General Magazine - We Put YOU in Command!". www.armchairgeneral.com.
  2. ^ "Eric Weider - Forbes".
  3. ^ Company Overview of Weider History Group, Inc. S&P Global Market Intelligence
  4. ^ "Real-time collaboration helps HistoryNet go back in time". Hightail Blog. 2015-09-09. Retrieved 2018-12-30.
  5. ^ "World History Group Announces the Launch of its New Website: GreatHistory.com - HistoryNet". www.historynet.com.