The Sunday Times magazine - Whose Finger On The Trigger cover (9 June 1963)
The Sunday Times magazine - Whose Finger On The Trigger cover (9 June 1963) Fair condition - there is creasing to bottom corner of front cover and lots of yellowing and foxing around edges of cover - yellowing/foxing to page edges throughout - age wear to spine - staples are rusty - small tears to rear cover
LEMNITZER'S AWKWARD ARMY - Does N.A.T.O. make sense?
Feature by Tom Margerison
POLARIS - "The Navy's new dimension"
2 page feature (by David Divine)
COOKERY - By Robert Carrier
Double page (Hors d'oeuvre variés)
THE SURVIVAL OF THE CECILS - By Henry Fairlie
Four hundred years ago, Robert Cecil (first Earl of Salisbury) was born to the second wife of William Cecil. Are the Salisburys finally an anachronism in the age of Marples and Maudling? Or do they still have an important role to play?
5 page feature
SATIRE - 2 page photo feature, with images by the greatest pictorial satirist of this century, George Grosz
(includes images: "Family Reunion"; "Billiard Room"; "Pillars of Society", "War Cripples")
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