Sunday Times Magazine 22 October 1972 Fiona Lewis Compagnie de le'art Bikers/Hells Angels
Sunday Times Magazine 22, October 1972
The King who died in Bermondsey: The remarkable career and strange death of King Freddie the King Kabaka of Buganda, by Mark Amory.
Conspicuous waist: return of the tight belts and the wasp waists of the Fifties,
The minds eye: the strange paintings of the Compagnie de le art Brut, collected by Jean Dubuet; by Roger Law and Celestine Dam.
Fallen Angel: The Stevenage biker/hells angels gang battle that led to the imprisonment of 28 youths and the death of another examined by Robert Lacey and Philip Smith; photographs by Ian Yeomans.
The illicit Hot dog The shady world of the street trader.
The great cross of London.
The day the sergeant went active without leave Heroism or desertion.
Eliminating drug pushers in Malina.
Ex condition. Will be posted in a strong card envelope.
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