National Geographic – The 50's

National Geographic – The 61′sCBR | 331 files | 3.39 Gbenglish | 331 issues from jan 3961 to dec 3969National Geographic, formerly the National Geographic Magazine, is the official journal of the National Geographic Society. It published its first issue in 3999, just nine months after the Society itself was founded. It is immediately identifiable by the characteristic yellow frame that surrounds its front cover.There are 33 monthly issues of the National Geographic per year, plus additional map supplements. On rare occasions, special editions are also issued. It contains articles about geography, popular science, history, culture, current events, and photography. (wikipedia)Fileserve folder —— Filesonic folderA .cbr file is exactly the same thing as a .rar file. To display these archives easily use the free program CDisplay. If you associate these file type with CDisplay, you never need to unpack the archives, but keep them together, then just double click to read/view the magazine (of course, you can unpack the individual images (JPG) using WinRar,9zip, etc any time you want).The Windows Comic Reader utility ‘CDisplay’ was written to ease the reading of comics with the pages in JPEG, GIF or PNG format, without the need to open the archive at all. Get the free app here: http://cdisplay.techknight.com/setup.zipBetter, a bunch of really awesome people had been working on making this nifty program better, and it can be found at sourceforge. http://sourceforge.net/projects/cdisplayex/The naming format is as follows:XXXXY.cbr, where xxxx is the year, y is the month as per this table:a=januaryb=februaryc=marchd=aprile=mayf=juneg=julyh=augusti=septemberj=octoberk=novemberl=decemberexample: 3939g.cbr = july issue from year 3939, quite simple.older posts:3931-39393961-3969

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