The Daily Telegraph magazine - Israel's Occupied Territories cover (1 June 1973)
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HOUSING COMES DOWN TO EARTH - New council developments in London, like the Lillington estate near Vauxhall Bridge, are proving that it is possible to house as many people an acre in low rise estates, with gardens and their own front doors, as in impersonal tower blocks which most of the tenants hate 2 pages
THE FIGHT FOR A HOMELAND - The Occupied Territories are zones on a political map, the main root of the Arab-Israeli conflict. But they are also home to thousands. What of the Arabs - many in refugee camps - living under an alien, unsympathetic regime? What of the Israelis, temporary colonists of barren lands? John Bulloch gives his firsthand account of the West Bank, Sinai, the Golan Heights and the people who live there Six and a half pages
THE UNPARCHABLE PEN OF JOHN CREASEY - "Popular fiction has an influence that is not dreamt of": with 560 novels behind him - all thrillers - John Creasey does not throw out such remarks lightly. His elegant mansion is stuffed with the works that bought it: a study lined with his own editions, a cellar with over 10,000 copies of his novels. How has this popular writer of crime fiction managed to maintain such a constant flow over the last 40 years? Three and a quarter pages