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Snapshots

SNAPSHOT: 1960 A SORE POINT

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A crowd of photographers got more than they bargained for after pursuing Swedish film star, Anita Ekberg, one night in Rome. Emerging from her villa, the actress used a bow to fire arrows at the paparazzi. She managed to destroy a camera and a flash gun, before grabbing one cameraman by the hair and attempting to knee him. At noon the following day, her maid informed the press that Ekberg was unvailable for comment as she was “still asleep”.

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"From raiders to invades: Medievalist Dr Ryan Lavelle tells the story of how the Vikings dropped their hit-and-run tactics and instead banded together to form a Great Heathen Army, eventually conquering a large part of Britain. Also in the issue, find out how a Lancastrian widow came to marry a Yorkist king during the Wars of the Roses, and what happened when a German monk dared to take on the Pope with a 500-anniversary feature on Martin Luther's Reformation. Plus, inside Hitler's last gamble at the Battle of the Bulge, the spy who tried to kill Lenin and the Atomic Age in pictures."
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