The Daily Telegraph magazine - Raymond Blackman cover (21 July 1972)
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MACABRE ODYSSEY ACROSS THE WORLD - Eva Peron's story is one of the great political romances of all time. She died aged 33, already a legend. But the strangest chapter of the story was still to be written and is told here by Harold Sieve. Her embalmed body in packing cases, often hidden in dusty cellars, travelled the world, finally to be brought back to Madrid to await her husband's recall to Argentina Two and a quarter pages
ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WALL - Two world wars have been fought; a thousand stereotyped Germans have strutted and swilled their way across the screen and stage. The Germans are not perhaps a people among whom the Briton abroad feels most at ease. And the inhabitants of East Germany are not only Germans; they are Communists as well. It was with a feeling of apprehension as well as in a spirit of adventure that Colin McGlashan penetrated the Iron Curtain at Schonefeld Airport. What did he find? A second economic miracle, mirroring the one in West Germany... and socialism faced with the problems of affluence Four and a a half pages
NURSERIES OF ART: 1 - Until the 19th century it was inconceivable that great painting should be done anywhere except in a city. But during the past 150 years painters with fresh ideas have repeatedly sought companionship and inspiration away from cities - in relatively isolated communities where no one interfered. In a new series Edwin Mullins writes about some of these places that have nourished important developments in modern art, beginning with Barbizon and the Forest of Fontainebleau 4 pages
OF SHIPS AND SEALING WAX - Debrett, Who's Who, Jane's Fighting Ships... books which are an unquestioned part of the British way of life. But who are the men responsible for producing them? And how do they do it? A report by Patrick Skene-Catling 3 pages
YOUNG WRITER OF THE YEAR: 3 - Ian Writing on the subject of fear, third prize-winner Carole Ryder's entry is the moving and unsentimental story of the death of her brother One and a half pages