Weekend Telegraph magazine - The SAS cover (22 July 1966)
Telegraph magazine - The SAS cover (22 July 1966) Fair condition - yellowing to page edges due to age - TEARING TO TOP EDGE OF ALL PAGES AND TO SIDE EDGE OF ALL PAGES
THE SAS - 'These men are dangerous' The SAS, one of the least-known British units, is now even more dangerous, and far more experienced. In Borneo, its men work in small teams to obtain information about guerrillas. They live in the jungle for months - using its dank undergrowth and crawling insects as defence. For this exclusive article, writer Ian Ward and photographer Sean Flynn joined a patrol in the Sarawak jungle
PHILIP JOHNSON - "Johnson and his Kunst-bunker"
The man who brought modern architecture to America shocks many architects by his work: big, beautiful and experimental. But the bunker, like his other witticisms, works