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National Geographic Exploring History: Great Women Special Issue
National Geographic Exploring History: Great Women Special Issue
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Throughout history, women have been disruptors. Covering the worlds of art, science, exploration, sports and entertainment this latest issue of Exploring History showcases many of these great women. Follow the lives of Cleopatra, the Last pharaoh of ancient Egypt, Queen Elizabeth I, who defined an era, Catherine the Great, who oversaw a golden age of modernization in Russia, Sacagawea, interpreter and guide to Lewis and Clark, and Harriet Tubman, who helped rescue more than 300 slaves through the Underground Railroad. Full of maps, illustrations, and graphics each page is a treasure of information on the well-known and not so well-known great women of history.


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National Geographic Exploring Space Special Issue
National Geographic Exploring Space Special Issue
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Exploring Space takes readers on a three-stage journey through the universe. Here on Earth, a host of private companies will soon offer sub-orbital tourist flights and ferry runs to the International Space Station. Next, orbiting platforms throughout the solar system monitor the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Saturn, beaming back astonishingly high-definition images and new findings about our neighboring worlds. Finally, searches continue among the stars for answers to the beginning of the universe and for Earth-like planets that may support life. A unique illustrated timeline, created especially for this special issue, highlights developments from the first telescope to the latest discoveries. In compelling original stories, astonishing pictures and innovative graphics, the issue offers an exciting look at the new frontiers of space.


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National Geographic Exploring History: 13 Notorious Villains Special Issue
National Geographic Exploring History: 13 Notorious Villains Special Issue
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This issue introduces readers to some of history’s greatest villains, from Herod the Great, Biblical despot who built a powerful kingdom but murdered his wife, children and rivals, to Blackbeard, 18th-century pirate whose ruthless actions terrorized the American coastline. Lighter figures are also featured, including George Parker, who repeatedly sold the Brooklyn Bridge, Butch Cassidy, who robbed trains and banks with few casualties, and Elmry de Hory, perhaps the most successful art forger ever to have lived. The final section of the issue reviews the latest history books, apps, and exhibitions on tour.


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National Geographic Cats and Dogs Special Issue
National Geographic Cats and Dogs Special Issue
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Loaded with engaging photographs, this special issue celebrates the cherished roles cats and dogs play in our lives and explores the history of these beloved animals and why they behave the way they do. Our four-legged family members are observed from multiple perspectives including articles such as "Inside the Minds of Cats and Dogs," "Mix, Match, Morph: The Science of Genes and Dog Breeds," "Cats: Man’s Other Best Friends," and "Dogs: Forever at Our Side."


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National Geographic 125 Years of Great Explorations Special Issue
National Geographic 125 Years of Great Explorations Special Issue
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Since its founding in 1888, National Geographic has supported and reported on exploits of the most famous explorers of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. Over 10,000 Geographic expeditions, covering every part of the planet from the frozen poles to the deepest oceans to the highest mountains, have advanced frontiers of knowledge. In dazzling photographs and memorable stories this special issue celebrates the past, present, and future of exploration, though epic journeys and discoveries of some of the world’s most remarkable women and men. More than mere adventure, 125 Years of Great Explorations is the search for understanding, bringing new insights to human origins, secrets of historic civilizations, and the rich diversity of life on Earth.


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National Geographic The Civil War Special Issue
National Geographic The Civil War Special Issue
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The American Civil War has been called the first modern war. Railroads, the telegraph, steamships, and mass-produced weapons were extensively employed. The practice of total war, developed by Sherman in Georgia, and of trench warfare around Petersburg foreshadowed World War I in Europe. The chronology of the war is a well-told tale. Less well known are the strikingly varied changes in America resulting from the war, including expanded roles for women as factory workers, teachers, nurses, and as some of the war’s most successful spies.


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National Geographic Angry Birds Explore the World Special Issue
National Geographic Angry Birds Explore the World Special Issue
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The Angry Birds explore all seven continents, uncovering amazing facts and unique animals. Filled with games and sidebars, the issue will educate and entertain both young and old.


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National Geographic Jesus and the Apostles Special Issue
National Geographic Jesus and the Apostles Special Issue
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Explore Christianity’s first century and its expansion from a handful of followers into a religion that encompassed much of the ancient Western world. Jesus, Peter, Paul, and Mary Magdalene form the core of a large cast of characters in this sequence of early events in Christian history. Additional sections explain the secrecy of the early church, martyrdom, and the development of the gospels. Jump forward to the third century in the epilogue;#151;the turning point when Emperor Constantine converted to Christianity and the Council of Nicaea established a uniform doctrine for the religion.


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National Geographic 50 Places of a Lifetime Special Issue
National Geographic 50 Places of a Lifetime Special Issue
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Build your travel wish list with 50 Places of a Lifetime, a National Geographic Traveler special issue. With 50 of the world’s greatest destinations divided into five chapters, travelers can capture the vibe of great cities from Paris to Hong Kong, explore the wilds from the Amazon to Antarctica, tour regions of unparalleled splendor such as the Loire Valley and the California coastline, feel the paradisiacal serenity of Hawaiian islands and Amalfi coast, and be awed by manmade wonders such as Machu Picchu and the Taj Mahal. Let the images and intelligence from National Geographic Traveler guide you through 50 Places of a Lifetime.


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National Geographic The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire Special Issue
National Geographic The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire Special Issue
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Follow Rome’s transition from republic to empire in the era of the great rulers like Julius Caesar and Augustus, and witness the decline of the empire 500 years later. In this special issue of National Geographic, The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire, explore the power, intrigue, and betrayal throughout the empire, while revealing how Roman institutions and culture remain foundations of western civilization.


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National Geographic 50 of the Worlds Last Great Places Special Issue
National Geographic 50 of the Worlds Last Great Places Special Issue
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Loaded with the iconic photography of National Geographic, this issue is a vivid portrait of the globe divided into five zones of untrampeled, breath-taking landscapes, where beauty reigns. Whether temperate, equatorial, arid, polar, or coastal, each zone has unblemished corners that make us realize that wonders of the Earth still exist.


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