The Dawn-Breakers, also called Nabil's Narrative, is the most comprehensive and authoritative eyewitness account of the beginnings of the Bahá'í era. It is also distinguished for being the only work of its kind completed in the time of Bahá'u'lláh, who approved portions of the manuscript.
Translated by Shoghi Effendi, and originally published in English in 1932, this book continues to offer a priceless resource for those wishing to better understand early Bahá'í history, its connection to the Bábí religion, and the implications of this history for today.
Extract from the Bahá'í writings prepared by the Research Department of the Universal House of Justice.
Format: Hardcover book, 786 pages, 17 x 25 cm.
Publisher: Bahá'í Publishing, 1932; republished 1997.