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Cover Variants to the January 2022 Issue of the National Geographic Magazine

Cover Variants to the January 2022 Issue As most collectors know by now, the January 2022 issue of our magazine has four variants advertis…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

2 Jan 9
Reply by George Thomas Wilson

2021 issues differences between online archive and Australian edition

As per my previous posts (here and here for reference), I will make a posting of all differences I see between the online version, and the…

Started by Pece Kocovski

1 Jan 7
Reply by Pece Kocovski

Further info. on Ning 3.0 for regular contributors

Hello,   This is a message for those of you who regularly update pages. I recently informed Ning that there hadn't been any positive feedb…

Started by Cathy Hunter

1 Dec 17, 2021
Reply by Scott T. Shier

No map in June 2002 edition for AU version

Similar to my previous discussion I noticed differences between my copy of the June 2002 issue and what is shown on the archive.  -Front co…

Started by Pece Kocovski

2 Dec 4, 2021
Reply by Pece Kocovski

100 Years Ago: December 1921

100 Years Ago: December 1921   This is the 83rd entry in my collection of abridgements of one-hundred-year-old National Geographic magazine…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

1 Dec 4, 2021
Reply by George Thomas Wilson

Drastic differences between Australian and US version (example of June 2013 edition)

Hello everyone, First some backstory. I note that on a list of maps (as found in this site and elsewhere), the june 2013 issue contains a…

Started by Pece Kocovski

5 Nov 17, 2021
Reply by Pece Kocovski

Migration to Ning 3.0

Hello everyone,   Ning has upgraded our site to 3.0, which you can preview here. For those who use the site regularly, please let me know…

Started by Cathy Hunter

4 Nov 5, 2021
Reply by Cathy Hunter

100 Years Ago: November 1921

100 Years Ago: November 1921   This is the eighty-second entry in my series of abridgements of National Geographic magazines written as the…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

0 Nov 1, 2021

NASA to Fly National Geographic Cameras on First Crewed Return to the Moon

An article posted on the collectSPACE website describes an agreement by NASA to have National Geographic document humanity's return to the…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

1 Oct 30, 2021
Reply by Melvin L. De Vilbiss

Far & Away

In Spring 2018, The Wall Street Journal and National Geographic issued the magazine Far & Away. The purpose of the magazine was given i…

Started by Richard Kennedy

3 Oct 1, 2021
Reply by George Thomas Wilson

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