Weekend Telegraph magazine - Flight Lieutenant Alan Love cover (10 September 1965)
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Telegraph magazine - Flight Lieutenant Alan Love cover (10 September 1965) Good condition - light yellowing to page edges due to age - some creasing/light damage to page corners
ALBANIA - David Floyd (Daily Telegraph's correspondent on Communist affairs) is one of the few Western journalists with a close knowledge of Albania. Here he tells of a visit to this country
ATOMIC-AGE STRONGFIELD - We visit Wansdyke Security Ltd where vital British documents are protected from theft or war
THE MEN WHO LIVE AT MACH 2 - Flight Lieutenant Tony Aldridge is one of 19 pilots in 23 Fighter Squadron at Leuchars, Fifeshire. Anthony Howarth, who flew many hours with 23 Squadron, shows the sensations jet pilots experience in a normal working day
6 page photo feature
CRUISING AT 1,500 MPH...
It's a lot different to buffeting through the sound barrier in an early Metor (by Air Commodore E. M. Donaldson)
7 page feature
THE DAY THE AEROPLANE BECAME A LETHAL WEAPON
Oliver Stewart (a First World War fighter pilot) describes the evolution of aerial combat from the first battle between two aircraft in 1914
5 page feature
THE ART OF ANDY WARHOL - An appraisal by Nicholas Mosley