The Daily Telegraph magazine - Margaret Horton cover (29 March 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Margaret Horton cover (29 March 1968) Good condition for age - there is a large crease to corner of front cover - there are two words (an address) written in pencil at top of rear cover
WINNING ON THE HORSES - 1 page feature
50 YEARS OF THE RAF - "The men, the planes and the times that made... The RAF" (by Derek Dempster)
Four and a half pages
THREE GREAT FIGHTERS - To compare the flying experiences of pilots over 50 years, The Daily Telegraph magazine flight-tested a First World War Bristol, a Second World War Spitfire and a present-day Lightning
"THE AIRMAN WHO FELL 18,000 FEET AND LIVED" - One of the seven stories the RAF will never forget
Here, seven tales are told
WHAT MADE IMMELMANN TURN?
2 page feature
GARDENS OF IDEAS 3 - "Conservatory revived"
The great feature of Cecil Beaton's garden in Wiltshire is the conservatory
2 page feature (includes full-page photo of Cecil Beaton in conservatory)
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Fiat 125
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