Dadaglobe was an ambitious book project undertaken by Tristan Tzara and slated for publication in 1921. Intended as an anthology documenting and bringing together international Dada activities, Dadaglobe was eventually abandoned by its editor and publishers for a variety of reasons (including political tensions in Europe as well as personal rivalries within the Dada community) Though the anthology was never published, Dadaglobe reached an advanced stage of production, with many iconic dada works produced in response to its letters of solicitation and a detailed (non) structure planned out by Tzara. It was only in 2016, with the publishing of Dadaglobe Reconstructed, along with an exhibition of Dadaglobe works by MoMA that the project was fully uncovered, and most of its material recollected.

More about Dadaglobe:

Dadaglobe MoMA Exhibition 
Dadaglobe Reconstructed
Mark Bloch article about the MOMA Dadaglobe Reconstructed Exhibition
Adrian Sudhalter discussing Dadaglobe Reconstructed at MoMA