Weekend Telegraph Magazine No 4 October 16 1964 Salvador Dali Mexico The Blues
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Weekend Telegraph Magazine No 4 October 16 1964 Salvador Dali Mexico The BluesWeekend Telegraph No. 4
The ones that got away: Time is Running Out for the Hunters on the track of Germany's Nazi war criminals. 1.5 page article by Sefton Delmer.
Mexico: The most stable nation in Latin America, Mexico is prospering into the 20th century but much of its ancient culture and its poverty remains. 10 pages
Frank Cousins: The first in a short series recapitulating John Freemans television interviews - 2 pages.
Really the blues: Songs of Sadness, songs of strife. Paul Oliver rights on the blues, their background and development today. 5 pages
Objet-Dali: Salvador Dali in his studio by Edward Mullins. Photographed by Robert Freson - 8 pages.
Lucretia: A short story by Richard Gordon
Martin Luther King; third in the series taken from John Freemans television interviews withdrawing by Feliks Topolski.
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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