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The martensburgh journal has been on the cover of the New York Times Book Review, TIME Magazine and The Washington Post.
It has been a source of national and international excitement since its creation in 1976.
Now, the journal is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
The Martensburgh Journal is a journal founded by two friends, Peter Martin and Paul R. Martensburg, a journalism professor at the University of Illinois.
They met at an annual summer camp where they shared their passion for the natural sciences, and their mutual admiration for the work of their fellow students.
When they began their career in journalism, they both dreamed of publishing their own journal.
But the two brothers realized that their interests would not coincide, and they began exploring the possibilities of a shared journal.
They eventually settled on a single-volume journal, a collaboration with the University at Buffalo, the University Press of New York and other universities.
They chose the name of the journal because of its enduring popularity and because it is a combination of the initials of their initials: M.P. and M.R. The journal has an official name: the marternsburgh.
The editors, Paul R., and Peter Martin, both of whom also have degrees in journalism from the University, have long been passionate about what they call “the journal that never stops.”
They have published in more than 100 publications, including the Times Book Reviews, The New York Observer, The American Conservative and others.
In addition to publishing the magazine, they have also edited, co-edited and edited other journals and anthologies, and the Martensburys also have two books: “The Life and Times of Peter Martin” (2013) and “Peter Martin: The Journalist” (2016).
Peter Martin became the editorial director of the first issue of the Martenburgh Journal in 1970.
He has since served as the editor-in-chief of the Journal for more than 30 years.
Paul R.’s tenure as editor of the magazine began in 1972.
The Journal’s first two issues were published in 1973, the same year that the first American president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, was inaugurated.
After the election of Ronald Reagan, the Journal was reorganized as The American Journalist.
In the early 1990s, the Martinsburys began publishing their books.
They have also published several other books, including “The Martenburys’ Secret History,” “Peter’s First New Yorker,” “The Greatest American Story: America’s 100th Anniversary” and “The M.M.R., The Martenburg Journal.”
They also co-wrote the biography “Peter Martens’ Life,” which won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
Peter Martens, who is 85, is the oldest editor in the history of the Martinstown Press.
Peter and Paul have been married for more then 50 years and have five children.
The two have seven grandchildren.
They live in the suburbs of Chicago and have three grown children.
They are currently completing the book “The American Journalism of Paul R.”
Martensberg said that when he first started working on the Marternsburg Journal, the idea of a journal was “unthinkable.”
They started with a single book, “Peter,” and the two friends worked together to create a magazine that would be unique.
The first issue was published in 1974.
The following issue was the first of two to be published simultaneously, and “the Martenberg” was the title of the next issue.
In 1975, the second issue was printed, “Paul,” the first “Paul.”
The Martinsburg Press continues to publish a monthly magazine, “The Journal,” which is also available online.
In recent years, the editorial staff has been expanding the breadth of the work the Martans are able to do and the quality of the content.
The magazine has been honored by the Association of American Publishers and the National Press Photographers Association.
The publication of “Peter” was also the catalyst for the creation of the online edition of the “M.M., the Martengal” website, which now has more than 2,000 subscribers.
“The idea for ‘the martensburies’ was the spark that brought Peter and I together,” Paul said.
“We began the martenburies.
We started it as a way to celebrate the anniversary of Peter’s birth and also to honor Peter’s life.”
In addition, the publication of a second issue of “the martern” was “the most powerful event in our lives,” Paul added.
The next two issues, “the m.m.r.,” “The m.mar” and a “sage,” were published concurrently.
The “sages” were published as part of the annual “sabbath holiday” that