The Daily Telegraph magazine - CIA cover (14 January 1972)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - light wear to paper at spine
THE BIGGEST SECRET SERVICE IN THE WORLD - The Central Intelligence Agency is the biggest secret organisation of all. For two decades it has manipulated many events in the interests of American politics and economy, and, most notably, it wages war against communism. In the first of three articles on the espionage, range and influence of the CIA, E.H. Cookridge reveals for the first time the scope of its involvement in British affairs. How far do the British secret service and the CIA co-operate? Who are the men in charge, and how do they work? 6 pages
CAPERING IN LONG GRASS - Not all sport has joined the international race for the big money. In secluded corners of England you can still find men absorbed in "ringing" at quoits, or flicking the tolley at marbles. We take a look at the world of fringe sports: are they dwindling into a legendary past? Or will they open up new fields? 4 pages
THEA PORTER - The designer of Arabian Nights recalls halcyon days One and a half pages