The Daily Telegraph magazine - How To Sail The Atlantic Alone cover (31 May 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - How To Sail The Atlantic Alone cover (31 May 1968) Fair condition - there is some age wear/slight creasing to front cover with a few small tears - light age wear/yellowing to some pages throughout - an address has been written in pencil at the bottom of the rear cover - dog-earing to a few pages throughout - THE BOTTOM CORNER OF PAGES 35 TO 40 IS MISSING
Cover photo: Geoffrey Williams setting the jib of his single-handed transatlantic race yacht 'Sir Thomas Lipton'
A COAL MINE OF YOUR OWN - Britain has 214 privately owned coal mines where small groups of men wring a profit from coal in the old fashioned way
One and a half page feature
LOOK WHAT THEY DO TO POETRY - Three-quarter page feature by John Pudney
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC IN A 'TOOTHPICK' - Feature on Geoffrey Williams preparation for the Transatlantic Race
INTO THE FUTURE - "Jilting death"
By 2000AD most vital organs of the body should be replaceable, and the majority of fatal illnesses will have been eliminated, opening up possibilities of prolonged life
Two and a half page feature
THE TROUBLESHOOTERS - At the start of the month, four war correspondents were killed by the Vietcong. Here, five British correspondents talk to us about their daily struggle to beat both death and deadlines
Two and a half pages
(Features: Clare Hollingworth; Sandy Gall; Julian Pettifer; Chris Dobson; Gavin Young)
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Pimm's No. 1 (now in cans)