The Sunday Times magazine - The Cardboard War cover (27 October 1963)
The Sunday Times magazine - The Cardboard War cover (27 October 1963) Poor to fair condition - lots of creasing to front cover - there are stress tears around staples - cover and pages 2-4 are badly torn around top staple and are completely loose from the rest of the magazine (also affects a few pages at rear of magazine) - yellowing/foxing to some pages throughout - there are some small tears around cover - staples are rusty due to age
CONCORDE: LEAP IN THE DARK (by Gavin Lyall)
Weighing around 100 tons and flying at twice the speed of a pistol shot, it will hustle 100 passengers to New York in 3 hours. Its pilots will fly blind virtually all the way
Five and a half pages
THE EPIC OF COOPER'S CREEK (PART 2) - By Alan Moorehead
THE KING OVER THE WATER - By Tom Stacey
Chiang Kai-shek now rules 11 million on the island of Formosa. What sort of life does he lead on Formosa? Do his people believe in him? And is the West justified in underpinning his war against Red China - sporadic shells, cardboard targets of Mao, propaganda balloons?
10 page feature
DESIGN FOR LIVING - Feature on cookers (by Priscilla Chapman)
One and a half pages
NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER - "The great private collections"