The Sunday Times magazine - Indian Summer cover (10 February 1963)
The Sunday Times magazine - Indian Summer cover (10 February 1963) Fair condition - stress tears around staples - there is age wear to spine - age wear to front cover - half-inch tear to rear cover - slight rusting to staples - foxing/yellowing to some pages throughout
Cover photo: The great statue of Queen Victoria in Calcutta
THE CONSCIENCE OF US ALL - On the cover of this first anniversary issue is a symbol of our imperialist past, the great statue of Queen Victoria in Calcutta. In this issue we explore two creations of that past which surprisingly endure. First the Salvation Army.
(Report by Richard West. Photos by Eve Arnold)
THE LEGACY WE LEFT BEHIND - (My Lord Attlee)
The second unique institution we consider in this issue is the British Raj in India. Our rule ended in 1947; yet our influence lingers on and today there are more British people and capital in India than there were before self-government. The Labour Prime Minister whose first Administration granted India her independence examines the legacy we left behind
9 page feature
R.B. KITAJ - 3 page feature on the 30-year old American
(includes half-page black/white photo by Lord Snowdon)
COOKERY - "Great dishes of the world" (by Robert Carrier)
Three quarter page feature (with recipe for English Apple Pie; and Rich Shortcrust Pastry)
FASHION - "Shades of hot curry"
1 page fashion
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