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  1. all these people that u mention, yes I know them, they’re all quite lame,
    I had to re-arrange their faces & give them all another name…a word from the wise…hahaHa _

  2. Roger J Morgan says:

    For Mike Lesser

    So who was the girl on the masthead?

  3. Keaton says:

    I watched A Technicolour Dream. There is a clip that shows a page of the IT with an article called “The Pink Floyd Versus Psychedelia by John Hopkins”. I would like to know what issue it is.

  4. Jak Bowler says:

    For Mike Lesser,

    In response to your recent approach to me regarding the ‘Fake London Underground Signs’ – here is my email address if wish to contact with further details, jakbowler@hotmail.co.uk

  5. For a brief few months in late 1969 and early 1970 I was persona grata in the IT office. I ‘edited’ the page entitled ‘Yell’, which was supposed to develop into a separate magazine for skinheads, but never did – a bloody ridiculous idea anyway, but I had fun.

    I’m sure I remember an occasion, during that period, when the IT offices were occupied (by a crowd of anarchists?). I turned up to do some work on ‘Yell’, just barged in as usual and went upstairs. There seemed to be a lot of people there I didn’t recognise, but that didn’t particularly surprise me. I got to one of the upper floors and suddenly I heard the noise of several people rushing up the stairs behind me. Apparently the word had gone round that some skinhead or other (me!) had pushed his way into the building and might be looking for trouble. By the time they caught up with me, I had got into a room upstairs, and spotted a young woman I happened to recognised from an anarchist meeting I’d been to recently. “Oh, hi!” I said to her, and she said “Hi!” back to me, and we were smiling and chatting by the time the other occupiers caught up with me. It was that that saved me from being jumped on and ejected, and I stayed around for a while – not for long, because I wasn’t going to get any work done – and the young woman told me what they were doing there. But anyway, I was the only person ‘from’ IT who actually managed to get into the building on that day.

    I’m wondering if this incident rings a bell with anyone anywhere. I can’t recall why the occupation took place.

    • roy says:

      i was there mate most of us where pissed off that IT was getting more and more dificult to get hold of.A lot of us sellers on the street depended on it to make food money back then…….after OZ was banned a lot of people started to think that we where all under atack …Grovener square came to pass and London was suddenly a place to be avoided a lot of us split to Amsterdam or …..well in my case Afganistan to get away from the pressure that the pigs where pourring
      down on us England became a Facist state and………well the rest as you know is history…One thing though its great to see IT back and shoving it up em right where it is so desparatly needed to be shoved and after all this time at last we might have a voice through old Jerry boy i am 64 now and i will vote for the first time in my life just beacuse it seems to me to be the only time there is someone that might give us a voice xxxxxxxx the wrinkly warrior

  6. bruno neiva says:

    Hi,

    I’d like to know how to submit work to International Times.

    Thanks.

    Cheers!

  7. ben graville says:

    your e mail is not working , its returning to sender editor@internationaltimes.it

  8. Neil Houlton says:

    Thanks for coming back and making all the back issues available on line even though some of the print is eye wateringly small. I used to buy my copy of IT from a little newsagent near the railway station in Tunbridge Wells and remember so many of the articles.

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