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  1. allyoucanread.com - AllYouCanRead - Largest database of magazines and newspapers on the Internet, with listings for about 25,000 magazines, newspapers and top news sites from all over the world.
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reliable site
address: Russia

LibeX

The largest bookselling and second-hand Internet fair.

A store where you can not only buy, but also sell books, magazines or newspapers.

Remember that this is not a store, but a platform where you buy from independent sellers (as in the market) that are not related to the site administration.

How it works

  1. find a book, magazine, newspaper,
  2. make an order
  3. familiar with the working conditions of the seller from whom you are making a purchase,
  4. By sending a purchase order, you will receive a confirmation by e-mail, which contains a link to the page with a description of the order,
  5. Wait for the seller to answer, he will contact you directly, after which you can ask him questions. Without an order to contact the seller is impossible.
If you have registered, the information about you will be automatically sent to the seller.If you have not registered yet, you can try to order and without registration. But in this case, it should be remembered that not all sellers accept orders from anonymous buyers, in addition, some system capabilities will not be available.

If possible, use the "Ask" button for more information from the seller, for example, about the status of the item being sold or the conditions of sale.

If the book is not on the site

If you have not found the book you are interested in or it is not on sale now, you can leave a request for it. To do this, you need to register and log in. Then select "Books" in the menu on the right and "I want to buy" in the menu on the left. Purchase requests are saved for as long as you wish, provided that you visit the site at least once a month and respond to incoming offers.



Internet Archive

Pulp magazines (often referred to as "the pulps"), also collectively known as pulp fiction, refers to inexpensive fiction magazines published from 1896 through the 1950s. The typical pulp magazine was seven inches wide by ten inches high, half an inch thick, and 128 pages long.

Pulps were printed on cheap paper with ragged, untrimmed edges.



Science Magazine

The magazine of the publishing house AAAS (The American Association for the Advancement of Science).
The journal of natural sciences covers the latest developments in the natural and applied sciences.



Archive of scientific journals

More than 2000 journals, about 3.5 million articles are structured.

Terms of use
  1. Non-commercial use;
  2. Download to the platform in the territory of the Russian Federation;
  3. Access to full texts is permitted by IP addresses of authorized organizations.
  4. Authorized organizations include state And public organizations, as well as non-state universities.
Each collection consists of metadata and full texts of articles. Metadata is available to everyone in the public domain, full texts are provided to authorized organizations.



Russian
address: Russia
Archive of old magazines.
Selection by magazines, years and by pages. We look at the scanned pictures online.
It makes sense to use only if it's very necessary.
Previously they wrote less and on the case, now everyone is not lazy and everything is lazy. Maybe that's what we'll find?