The Daily Telegraph magazine - Clement Freud cover (10 May 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Clement Freud cover (10 May 1968) Fair to good condition - there is some
light age wear to front cover - flattening to spine - light age
wear/yellowing to some pages throughout - an address has been written in
pencil at the top of the rear cover
Cover photo: Clement Freud sitting in a Formula Ford racing car in the pits at Brands Hatch
THE LONG ROAD FROM DIEN BIEN PHU
- Fourteen years ago, Ho Chi Minh's forces overran the French Army at
Dien Bien Phu. What political lessons of the battle have been repeated
WHY BRITAIN PRODUCES THE WORLD'S BEST LOSERS
- David Miller compares the meagre training facilities of two of
Britain's top hopes in Mexico with the luxuries enjoyed by their rivals
CALGARY STAMPEDE - One a year, Calgary reverts to its Wild West past. We report on the 'greatest outdoors show in the world'
6 page feature
"HOW (FOR £80) I LEARNT TO BE A RACING DRIVER" (By Clement Freud)
Three and a quarter page feature
TAKE A ROOM - "Non-nonsense nursery"
Margaret Duckett and four designers design a nursery
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