The Daily Telegraph magazine - What's Happened To Marriage Today cover (13 September 1968)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - What's Happened To Marriage Today cover (13 September 1968) Fair to good condition for age - light age wear to front cover - THERE IS A ONE-INCH TEAR TO PAPER AT TOP OF SPINE - there is age wear/yellowing to some pages
MR MURDOCH'S OLYMPIC SPELL - Peter Murdoch (British designer) will share the main credit for putting the Mexican Olympics on the map, not in the sporting events, but for creating a new art form
3 page feature
SURVIVAL OF THE UNFITTEST - The survival techniques being learned by tough British servicemen provide lessons that could mean the difference between life and death to the ordinary citizen faced with a weekend or holiday disaster
SO DON'T GIVE ALIENS A MENACING GAZE… - How do you rate as a survival risk when faced with danger? Try our light-hearted quiz
BRAQUE WAS A VERY GOOD YEAR FOR MOUTON - Baron Philippe de Rothschild created a minor scandal when he first used great artists to design labels for his Mouton Rothschild wine. Now the labels are as famous as the wine
Two and a half pages
FOUR FREEDOMS OF MARRIAGE - "Part 1: Darling is a hopeless word"
In a new book 'The English Marriage', Drusilla Beyfus examines changes in the relationship between husbands and wives. Here, the first of four articles which have been taken from the book
COME HOME, MR WODEHOUSE, IF ALL IS FORGIVEN - (by Patrick Skene Catling)
WILL HORACE CARRY ON WHERE JEEVES LEFT OFF? - Extract from 'Do Butlers Burgle Banks?' (a new book by P. G. Wodehouse)
Full-page advertisement pages:
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