This Veterans Day marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. It was during the war that National Geographic Society began producing original maps.
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A pioneering lawsuit against the U.S. government won the right to a trial
From a bat factory to Amish Country to the World Series, see our favorite baseball photos from the National Geographic archives.
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