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We are proud to announce that the Weider History Communique is now the WH:  Live The History Digital Digest. Welcome! Our newsletter features the most talked-about stories, videos and discussions taking place on Weider History's Historynet.com. Don't Just Read It—Live It! 

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15 Responses to “Weider History Newsletter Sign Up”

  1. charles chapman says:

    i have sent payment for the civil war times magazine and have not received any yet.

    • Gerald Swick says:

      Thanks for subscribing to Civil War Times, Charles. Generally, it takes 4–6 weeks to receive the first issue of a subscription. I'll send you my email address, and if you haven't received your first issue of CWT within that time frame, please let me know.

  2. allan wheeler says:

    1. How about an article in wild west about wm becknell the founder of the santa fe trail- i have done a great deal of research about his life and times if you could use this info. please contact me.

    2. How do i obtain an index of previous copies of wild west- my collection goes back to fall 97.

    3. some shakespere fans believe that mary sibley wrote the plays credited to him.

  3. Sandra Hayley says:

    I get History net on the computer each month but I like this alot better. I don't want a magazine. I just read these articles. I note you are looking for volunteers. I am not an article writer but if you would like to try me out as a book reviewer. I'd be happy to send you a sample review if you let me know which book or I can send you a sample review of a book I have recently read. Just let me know. I already do that for a local newsletter (not history) so I do have some experience doing reviews. Sandra Hayley

    • Gerald Swick says:

      Thank you for your interest, Sandra. We've emailed you links to our guidelines.

  4. Mohammed Rahim says:

    It is very informative. I like it.

  5. Hans says:

    How do you unsubscribe from this newsletter again?

  6. HistoryNet Staff says:

    Hans, at the bottom of each newsletter is a link to unsubscribe.

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