The Daily Telegraph magazine - France And Her H-Bomb cover (2 June 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - three-inch tear through rear cover
BUDDHISM ON THE FARM - The first members of a farming school in Wales have completed a year's training. They are Tibetan refugees. Set up by a British major, the scheme is intended to prepare them for their return to India 2 pages
DEADLY MUSHROOM OVER THE SOUTH SEAS - A nuclear bomb was recently exploded by France above a once-lovely Pacific atoll. The French still find it necessary to conduct tests like this, and with each fireball a corner of the Pacific dies. Although the French have chosen an isolated corner of Polynesia for their experiments, one British community is threatened by fallout - Pitcairn Island. Why do tests in the atmosphere continue? What are the dangers? 5 pages
PRIVATE FACES OF HISTORY: 2 - The Sidneys have never feared to go out into the world: they have governed turbulent provinces, led victorious armies, given counsel to the great. That world has changed greatly; but time has left few marks on Penhurst, their home 4 pages