The Sunday Times magazine - Whatever Did We Do To Him cover (5 May 1968)
The Sunday Times magazine - Whatever Did We Do To Him cover (5 May 1968) Fair condition for age - magazine has been read - there are stress tears around staples - foxing to front cover and a few small tears - some wear and foxing throughout
"OUR GUEST AND SOMETIME FRIEND"
On June 17, 1940, General de Gaulle chose exile in England. Susan Raven has reconstructed the story of his three years with us. (Photos by Michael Taylor)
Seven and a half pages
THE LIVING MACHINE - Our body… only a machine, but a superb and infinitely complex one
12 page human body feature
EILEEN ATKINS - Pauline Peters on people: "The analytical acting of Eileen Atkins"
ROUGH JUSTICE FOR THE ESKIMOS - Peter Dunn and photographer Frank Herrmann, who spent 10 weeks in Point Barrow (an Eskimo village in North Alaska), brought back this profile of the village
Two and a half page feature