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Inside History Magazine

March 21, 2012

No reason for posting this – except that I love this magazine. I always look forward to a new issue arriving.

This is issue 9 with another beautiful cover photo. This issue is the Special Anzac Edition, with many Anzac related stories.

Too much reading here for one night, so looking forward to spending the next week reading these great stories.

Also the photos are always beautiful.

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  1. I particularly enjoyed the article about the Governesses. Another great issue from a superb magazine.

  2. No reason for leaving this comment, other than to say thank you so much! Where would we be without readers like your good self. Thank you!

  3. Congrats on making the Top 50 Genealogy Blogs in the latest issue of Inside History :))

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