Playboy Magazine June 1971 vol.18, no.6
June 1971, Playboy cover image
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Cover Sharon Olivia Clark photographed by Alexas Urba
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Lieko English
Playmate
What's Japanese-American And English?
miss june's composite beauty blends the best of east and west
Lieko English photographed by Pompeo Posar
Interview
Albert Speer interviewed by Eric Norden with photography by Horst Baumann
a candid conversation with the best-selling author of "inside the third reich," hitler's closest confidant and second-in-command
Profile
The 24 Hours Of Steve McQueen by John Skow, illustrated with a sculpure by H. Rogers
it takes mucho machismo to put $7,000,000—and your life—on the line for a long-shot movie read more
PMOY
Sharon Olivia Clark photographed by Alexas Urba
miss august, sharon clark becomes playboy's twelfth gatefold queen
Pictorials
Nude Theatre photographed by Max Waldman
manhattan photographer max waldman captures the sensuous lyricism of the unclad body as dramatic expression.
Premier Playmates Revisited
a portfolio of playboy's past playmates of the year
Ellen Stratton, Linda Gamble, Christa Speck, June Cochran, Donna Michelle, Jo Collins, Allison Parks, Lisa Baker, Victoria Vetri, Connie Kresk and Claudia Jennings
Articles and Features Playbill
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Acts, Books, Dining-Drinking, Movies, Recordings, Theater
Vargas Girl The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Forum - an interchange of ideas between reader and editor on subjects raised by "the playboy philosophy"
Gray Matters (fiction) by William Hjortsberg ingeniously illustrated by S. Thomas Scarff's neon sculpture incased in a mirrored cube
Centre Court (article) by John McPhee illustrated by Fred Berger
a fortnight in Wimbledon, SW19 in the company of Stan Smith, Rod Laver and other tennis players of the day . . .
The Odd Man (fiction) by Ellery Queen* with photography by Martin Dall
White House! (satire) by Larry Siegel, illustrated by Ed Paschke
Playboy's Gifts For Dads And Grads (gifts) with photography by David Chan
The Sounds Of Silence (article) by Edward and Mildred Hall illustrated by Frank Gauna
Just Add Water (attire) by Robert L. Green with photography by Pete Turner
Bliss Comes To Ezra Hapgood (humor) by Michael Demarest illustrated by Arnold Roth
Funeral In Jackson (article) by Craig Vetter with photography by Stef Leinwohl
Around 12:05 a.m., May 15, 1970 - 75 State Police Officers and some State Troppers opened fire on 100 students at Jackson State University in Mississippi. When they ceased fire Phillip Lafayette Gibbs, 21 and passer by James Earl Green, 17—who was on the other side of the street—lay dead.
The Change (fiction) by Don Carpenter
Vargas Girl (pictorial) by Alberto Vargas
by Order Of The Czar (ribald classic) from Russikiya Zaventnuiya Skazi, illustrated by Brad Holland
Absinthe (drink) by Maurice Zolotow, illustrated by Ron Bradford
On The Scene (personalities) - Tom Hodges, Roberta Flack and Sam Massell
Little Annie Fanny installs a police alarm (satire) by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder
Lieko English, the first Japanese-born Playmate, also appears in a pictorial in the August 1970 issue. Lieko represented Okinawa in the Miss Universe Content in 1965.
Sharon Olivia Clark is the August 1970 Playmate.
The first twelve Playmates Of The Year are all in this issue.
*Ellery Queen is both a fictional character and a pseudonym used by two Brooklyn cousins: Daniel Nathan, alias Frederic Dannay and Manford (Emanuel) Lepofsky, alias Manfred Bennington Lee.
The Triumph GT-6 is advertised on page 50, Harley Davidson out-performs—an advert on the inside rear cover—and a couple of Mustangs on the outside.  
Albert Speer was Adolf Hitler's chief architect before assuming office as Minister of Armaments and War Production. As "the Nazi who said sorry", he accepted responsibility at the Nuremberg trials and in his two autobiographical books "Inside the Third Reich" and "Spandau: The Secret Diaries".
Speer was sentenced at Nuremberg to 20 years in prison for his role in the Nazi regime, principally for the use of forced labour. He served the full sentence most of it at Spandau Prison in West Berlin. He was released in 1966 and died in 1981.
Some consider his demeanor and testimony at Nuremberg to have been a calculated performance to save his life. His level of involvement in the persecution of the Jews and his knowledge of the Holocaust still remain matters of dispute.
266 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.
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