Weekend Telegraph Magazine No 1 September 25 1964 Vietnam War Surfing Mata Hari
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Weekend Telegraph Magazine No 1 September 25 1964 Vietnam War Surfing Mata HariWeekend Telegraph No. 1
In this first issue, Vietnam and the colour problem rub shoulders with a feature on surfing with Cecil Beaton's pictures of Audrey Hepburn in the film My Fair Lady.
The United Nations: Conscience or conspiracy? Full page article.
Who was Mata Hari? By Sam Waagenaar - 1.5 page article.
The small but ugly War: Vietnam's far away struggle flares into the headlines only at intervals. But on both sides the devastation and cruelty of War are always there - 8 page article.
The sport of Polynesian Kings: From The Beaches of the Pacific surfing has moved across the Atlantic to Britain and Biarritz. 4 page article.
The long search for pride: Gordon parks American writer and photographer gives his own account of what it feels like to be a negro. Photographs of Harlem were taken by Charles Moore. 7 page article.
Cecil Beaton My Fair Lady: Here we publisher preview in colour of the costumes designed by Cecil Beaton Audrey Hepburn in the film My Fair Lady - 4 page article.
The Weekend Telegraph magazine was first published on the 25th September 1964 as a weekend supplement to the Sunday Telegraph newspaper and later became the Sunday Telegraph magazine. We have lots of old Weekend Telegraph magazine back issues in stock. We also stock vintage Sunday Telegraph magazines.
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