The Daily Telegraph magazine - Veruschka cover (23 February 1973)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
A STUDIED VISION OF REVOLUTION - Richard L. Clutterbuck, at 55, has turned from General to university lecturer. His subject is politics, and his forecast is for violence. Philip Purser describes an unusual academic and his views on urban guerillas One and three-quarter pages
SICILIAN VIOLENCE FINDS NEW VICTIMS - Kidnapping is as old as history in Sicily, traditionally an island of brigands. But the great landowners and, later, the big businessmen, were always protected by the Mafia. They were the"untouchables". However, now their sons are being seized. Has the Mafia lost its grip? Is it desperate for money? Or are there political connotations? 5 pages
THROUGH THE EYES OF VERUSCHKA - We invited Veruschka to make her own selection from the London designers' 1973 spring and summer collections. She asked if she could photograph herself modelling the dresses she chose. This is how she saw the clothes 7 page fashion photo shoot
PAUL NEWMAN - Paul Newman has attained a rare place as actor cum sex symbol: ladies still swoon and his films gross well. He is a big star and seems set to stay so. Yet he has kept himself and his life inviolate 2 pages
ARCHITECT OF THE MOON AND TABLE D'HOTE - Archaeologist, artist and writer, John Fothergill was a remarkable figure. Robin McDouall describes the man who brought good food to the English countryside One and a half pages