National Geographic Magazine Archive,
1995-Current

National Geographic magazine brings the world to some 60 million readers each month. Now, thanks to digital technology, you can deliver unlimited online access to archived and recent issues alike.

Only National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1995-Current includes every article of National Geographic magazine from the mid-1990s through current issues.

Offer your users an unparalleled National Geographic experience by subscribing to all parts of the National Geographic Virtual Library – search the vivid photographs and historic articles as well as engaging videos and detailed maps.

 

Detailed Overview

The changes in our world since 1995 – changes in science and technology, the environment, and the cultures of the world – provide unprecedented research opportunities in geography, history, world cultures and many other disciplines.

The pages of National Geographic magazine fulfill an important role – but printed, bound editions are limited in reader access and subject to loss and damage.

Now, with National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1995-Current, you have another option: providing unlimited digital access to every article covering nearly 20 years of the iconic monthly.

With your subscription to National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1995-Current, every month a new issue will be available to your users at no additional cost.

Memorable Moments

coverStudents, researchers and general readers will find the National Geographic stories that gained acclaim and made headlines since 1995:

Examples include:

  • Sita the tiger, who appeared on the cover illustrating an article about the lives of Bengal tigers;
  • Inspiring images from the Hubble Space Telescope, beaming home dispatches from deep space decades after the satellite’s launch;
  • The remarkably preserved “Ice Maiden” mummy of Peru;
  • And many more
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