The Daily Telegraph magazine - Protest and Repression in Russia cover (9 June 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges A FAR CRY FOR FREEDOM - Each month during the last two years seems to have brought reports of protests by different individuals or groups in Russia: protests against the oppression of minorities, against censorship, against lack of freedom. Do they indicate an atmosphere of revolt against the Soviet government? David Floyd, Communist Affairs Correspondent of The Daily Telegraph, analyses the present situation and tells of the fates facing any ethnic groups, intellectuals, writers or religiosniki who dare to ask for a little of the freedom that the Soviet "constitution" once promised to all Russians Four and a quarter pages
PRIVATE FACES OF HISTORY: 3 - The Herberts rose to prominence under the Tudors; more importantly, the Earls of Pembroke, as they became, survived the Tudors to flourish under the Stuarts, adopted Puritan principles in time to prosper under the Commonwealth. Wilton House flourished with the family Four and a half pages
FLIGHT ARCHERY - This is a sport distinct from Target Archery: small bows and perfectly balanced arrows shot over a distance rather than for accuracy Two and a half pages