The Observer magazine - The Romanovs cover (7 March 1971)
The Observer magazine - The Romanovs cover (7 March 1971) Fair condition - there is curling/wear to spine and general age wear throughout - yellowing to page edges due to age - tear to rear cover (at spine)
"I AM ALEXEI ROMANOV - BORN TO BE TSAR OF RUSSIA"
The startling claim has rekindled controversy about the Russian royal family. Were all the Romanovs killed at Ekaterinburg? We discover some curious facts among the fantasy
5 page feature
HAMLET: AS THEY LIKED IT
The world of Shakespeare has been evolving for four centuries. In the second part of our Shakespeare series, Ronald Bryden traces the story of the changing Prince
Five and a half pages
IVAN STEIGER - "Drawing the losers"
2 page sketch cartoons feature
WAR ON THE NILE - 6 page feature by David Robison
JAMES CLAVELL - We chat to James about his new film 'The Last Valley'
EATING OUT WITH THE CHILDREN - Christopher Driver (editor of Good Food Guide) suggests some suitable restaurants, and Liz Smith selects some appropriate clothes
2 page feature
MARY GORDON WATSON - "Why Mary keeps one jump ahead of the world"
Full-page advertisement pages:
- HMV Colourmaster TV
- Simca 1000