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In Jonathan Swift's satirical novel, Gulliver's Travels, the land of Lilliput was occupied by very small people.

Lilliput was also the name of a British arts magazine, founded in 1937 by a photo journalist named Stefan Lorant. It was sold shortly after to Tom Hulton, and then editorship was taken over by Tom Hopkinson (1940?) : it had a number of quite distinguished writers as contributors.

(more details to be added later... it was published until sometime in the 1950s IIRC)

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