The Daily Telegraph magazine - Threat To The Amish cover (26 April 1968)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - Threat To The Amish cover (26 April 1968) Fair to good condition for age - there is slight age wear to cover - an address has been written in pencil at top of rear cover - yellowing to some page edges throughout
Cover photo: An Amish couple in their 'courting buggy' reflected in the rear-view mirror of a car in Pennsylvania
"YANQUI, COME BACK" - Bob Considine describes how SS Hope became one of America's most renowned ships
One and a half pages
THE ARMY THAT FIGHTS ON A DIET OF CROCODILES - In the swamp world of the Sudd (Southern Sudan), a negro rebel army fights an unquenchable war against the Islamic rulers of Sudan. A journalistic team (first ever to reach the rebels) joined a raiding party on a three-day sortie against an Arab-occupied village
5 page feature
HORSE AND BUGGY BRETHREN - 45,000 members of the Amish sect are fighting for their way of life against the devil and the 20th century
Six and a half page feature
A RICH DIET FOR ROBERT CARRIER - 'Cookshops' (Rboert Carrier's venture) is growing. How does Robert make such a rich blend of cooking and big business?
3 page feature
TAKE A ROOM - "A room to welcome the sun"
Margaret Duckett furnishes a bedroom and bathroom
6 page interiors feature