In March 1920, Cambridge undergraduates launched the journal Cocoon, which they renamed Youth shortly after. Though first concerned with Labour politics viewed from an undergraduate perspective, Youth was soon reimagined as a broader, "international quarterly of young enterprise." Publication had ceased by 1925, when the British Federation of Youth reinaugurated Youth under its auspices. The Hogarth Press published the first six issues of this new periodical, those released between March and August 1926. The circulation of the periodical was approximately 700 copies. In September, the Federation took publication in hand themselves and continued to publish Youth until October 1929.