The Sunday Times magazine - Karl Marx cover (24 November 1968)
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The Sunday Times magazine - Karl Marx cover (24 November 1968) Fair condition - magazine has been read - stress tears around staples - foxing to edge of cover and page 3 - light foxing to some pages - large crease to front cover - creasing to top corner of rear cover and creasing/foxing to rear cover
GILLETTE - 7 page advertisement feature
KARL MARX IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN LONDON - No? Maybe not, but if you look around, half-close your eyes, think back ... there's enough of his spirit lingering in odd corners of the town to inspire this exercise in nostalgia by John Mortimer. (Drawings by Burton Silverman)
Six and a half pages
LADY GOLFERS - Four and a half page feature
(Include a double-page photo of The Ladies of Sunningdale Club, Berkshire)
A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY - Investigation by James Fox
Two and a half page feature
EXTREME SOLITUDE - We illustrate some of Vincent van Gogh's paintings now on exhibition at the Hayward along with extracts from Professor Schapiro's text
FASHION - "Kid's Stuff"
Do you dress your kids for their comfort or a an extension of your own vanity?
2 page child's fashion photos
THE SOCIAL LIFE OF DR CHRISTIAN BARNARD - 2 page black/white photo feature
THE MOUNTBATTEN YEARS 3: HIS EXCELLENCY
Lord Mountbatten was Supreme Allied Commander (SEAC) for the last two years of the war. He was the last of India's Viceroys and the first Governor-General of a free nation. It was the climax of his career
Six and a half page feature
SATURDAY AFTERNOON WITH EDDIE WARING
Arthur Hopcraft interview Mr Rugby League