1930s The Bulletin's cover had its first design change in 1932, and by 1936, the number of pages was increased from 12 to 24.
1940s In the 1940s, the Bulletin became a 22- to 32-page monthly magazine and was renamed National News of the American Legion Auxiliary. In 1948, the format was changed to an eight-page tabloid.
1950s By the mid-1950s, the National News of the American Legion Auxiliary took the form of a 32-page, pocket-sized booklet and remained in this format through the 1960s.
1970s The 1970s saw the booklet become a bimonthly magazine, and in the summer of 1979, it settled into a 24- to 32-page count.
1980s In 1983, National News began accepting paid advertising.
2008 The Auxiliary started a quarterly publication called HomeFront, a 44-page magazine, with National News becoming a newsletter insert within the magazine.
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