The Observer magazine - Company Sergeant-Major Charles Carty cover (17 October 1982)
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The Observer magazine - Sergeant-Major Charles Carty cover (17 October 1982) Good condition for age - discolouration to page edges
A SUNSHINE CRUISE TO WAR - Company Sergeant-Major Charles Carty of the Welsh Guards had a camera in his knapsack when he went to fight with the Falklands task force. From the spectacle of the departure from Southampton to the tragedy in Fitzroy Bay he recorded what was going on around him. Now his photographs, presented here with his own commentary, provide a unique chronicle of one man's war 9 pages A TRAVELLER'S TALE - Patrick Leigh-Fermor, adventurer, traveller and author, has written six books - one of which, 'A Time To Keep Silent', has just been reissued - and has himself been the subject of a book: a story about his successful wartime kidnapping of a German general. Here, he reminisces with Shusga Guppy about his experiences 2 pages THE OBSERVER COUPE - One of the stars of this year's Motor Show will be a unique and beautiful car - the product of a happy collaboration between a British design engineer, BMW and The Observer 3 pages
PORSCHE: A WORD FOR DYNAMIC DESIGN - Ferdinand Porsche, the founder of the German car firm, won a place in engineering history as designer of the Volkswagen, the 'people's car' conceived by Hitler. But for most people, the name Porsche means only one thing: the sports car that has become a status symbol for the international driving rich. Stephen Bayley reports Two and a half pages
FORTY YEARS OF FREUD - William Feaver on the work of Lucian Freud 1 page