Sunday Times Magazine 14 May 1972 Teddy Boy fashion Sex Pistols Malcolm McLaren Let it Rock

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Sunday Times Magazine 14 May 1972 Teddy Boy fashion Sex Pistols Malcolm McLaren Let it Rock
The Sunday Times Magazine Contents, May 14, 1972

The Master Builders 13: the last in our series of great buildings of the world the Lutyens Residency, New Delhi, by David Gebhard; photographs by Robert Freson. Page 18 

Memories of my father: Bertrand Russell the family man, remembered by his son Conrad. Page 32 

Countryside hilly. Passed through several villages: Philip Norman embarks on a mini-safari to Morocco; photographs by Colin Jones. Page 38
New Suede Shoes: a return to the Teddy Boy fashions of the Fifties. Screaming Lord Sutch - Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood's Shop "Let it Rock". Report by Valerie Wade; photographs by Hans Feurer. Page 44

The UNOFFICIAL HISTORY OF 20th CENTURY. The third instalment in our series of true stories ignored or misrepresented by conventional history. Italy 1922: Mussolini's March on Rome the Secret Subsidies, by Andrew Hale. Page 48
Britain 1932: The Battle for Kinder Scout, by David Cook. Page 55 

Ireland 1939: The Blueshirt Bully Boys, by Edward Norman. Page 56

Germany 1933: The Reichstag Fire: Hitler innocent, by Donald Watt. Page 63 

Russia 1936: Stalin's Purges: the reason why, by Robert Conquest. Page 66 

Britain 1937: Goering's secret trip to London, by Willy Frischauer. Page 71 

Britain 1939: An attempt to buy off Hitler, by Norman Stone. Page 74 

Britain 1939: BBC flirts with advertising, by Asa Briggs. Page 78 

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The Sunday Times Magazine is a popular supplement to The Sunday Times newspaper. The Sunday Times Magazine became Britain's first colour newspaper supplement on its launch in February 1962. Over the past 50 years Sunday Times Magazine regularly featured impressive images by many of the worlds leading photographers. Known for it continual supply of sumptuously presented images are works by many highly regarded writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Zoe Heller, James Fox, Bruce Chatwin, Nicholas Tomalin and Jilly Cooper.
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