The Daily Telegraph magazine - Johnny Makatini cover (7 May 1971)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - light bending/creasing to bottom corner of a few pages towards rear of magazine
Front cover photo: Johnny Makatini of the African National Congress liberation movement in South Africa
ARMED FOR NEUTRALITY - The irony of neutrality is the military strength required to maintain it. Richard Cox visited Switzerland and Sweden, countries with far smaller populations than Britain but which can mobilise far greater armies 2 pages
ALGIERS: HEADQUARTERS OF WORLD REVOLUTION - What Switzerland has become for celebrities and Lichtenstein for company promoters, Algiers is now for revolutionaries. The apartments and villas of this former colonial city house the representatives of liberation movements and terrorist organisations - African, Asian, American. The government welcomes them, and gives them practical aid. Sally Beauman visited this mirror image of a corps diplomatique Six and a half pages
BREAKING THE LIGHT BARRIER - Is faster than light travel possible? asks Adrian Berry in part two of his science series. Professor John A. Wheeler's interpretation of Einstein's Theory brings it within the realm of credibility Two and a quarter pages
SUNDAY LUNCH AT THE BESSERS' - A short story by Morris Lurie 2 pages