The Daily Telegraph magazine - Student Power cover (28 June 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Student Power cover (28 June 1968) Good condition for age - there is some light age wear to cover - light age wear/yellowing to some pages throughout - an address has been written in pencil at the top of page 38 in the magazine
THE GERMAN SOLDIERS WHO 'OCCUPIED' BRITAIN - We meet six German ex-servicemen who came to Britain as prisoners-of-war more than 20 years ago and decided to stay
Two and a half pages
THE MEANING OF THE 'STUDENT EXPLOSION' - Two and a half pages
STUDENTS REJECT PUNCH-UP POLITICS - One and a half page feature
POSTAGE-STAMP STATES - As Welsh and Scots grown more clamorous for independence, We ask: "What has mini-nationalism brought Europe's four tiniest countries?" The answer: "A tax-free paradise"
4 page feature
"DAY OUT" - A short story (by William Sansom)
THE PICASSO DIAGHILEV RECOGNISED - Cocteau and Diaghilev brought Picasso into the theatre, and for seven years his sets and costumes shocked, astonished and delighted Europe
Full-page advertisement pages:
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