Weekend Telegraph magazine - Scotland cover (2 July 1965)
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Weekend Telegraph magazine - Scotland cover (2 July 1965) Fair to good condition for age - some yellowing to pages - there is some slight tearing to bottom of spine
"THE NAZIS' LAST BOLT HOLE" - Shortly before he died, Hitler appointed Admiral Karl Doenitz as the second Fuehrer. Doenitz (with senior Nazis and 60,000 troops) set up government at a medieval castle to continue Hitler's dream. Here for the first time is the story of the last hours of the Reich, told by Major General Jack Churcher
2 page feature
"BRITAIN'S EMPTY LAND" - The Scottish Highlands and the Western Isles now find their solitude invaluable to men and women crowded into cities
6 page feature
THE OUTER HEBRIDES - Is their distinctive way of life still economically viable?
4 page feature
EDINBURGH - John Betjeman visits Edinburgh
Three and a half pages
"A REFUGE FROM THE HAGGIS" - A reputation for dull food hangs heavily over the Highlands, but at the Old Howgate Inn the food is Scandinavian and the wine French
One and a quarter page feature (with recipes)