The Guardian – Weekend crossword No 402 – Sep 14 2018

Clues Answers
The nom de guerre of Joseph Dzhugashvili STALIN
Annual meteor shower PERSEID
Ben __, Washington Post editor during Watergate BRADLEE
City in Nevada – or Bill Clinton’s Attorney General? RENO
Former England cricketer and current Test Match Special pundit EBONY
George Bernard Shaw comedy set during the 1885 Serbo-Bulgarian War ARMSANDTHEMAN
Gillian __, artist whose statue of Millicent Fawcett stands in Parliament Square, London WEARING
Handwoven Hebridean cloth protected by a 1993 act of parliament HARRIS
La __, Michelangelo sculpture in St Peter’s Basilica PIETA
Name for what is now Thailand SIAM
Natural phenomenon also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya VICTORIAFALLS
Pale yellowish cloth originally from Nanjing, China NANKEEN
Reversible figured fabric, usually of silk or wool DAMASK
Russian city near the border with Belarus SMOLENSK
Russian city near the Urals – or a once popular hairstyle? PERM
Scene of a Canadian gold rush between 1896 and 1899 KLONDIKE
See 10 Across BRENT
See 5 Down TWEED
The Iranian currency RIAL
Thomas __, Victorian fashion designer whose brand still bears his name BURBERRY
__-SS, the armed wing of the Nazi Party WAFFEN

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