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  1. Há 3 dias · Harold Macmillan (1957–1960) Ian Henderson George Erskine Kenneth O'Connor Evelyn Baring Terence Gavaghan: Dedan Kimathi Musa Mwariama Waruhiu Itote Stanley Mathenge (MIA) Kubu Kubu Strength; 10,000 regular troops 21,000 police 25,000 Kikuyu Home Guard: 35,000+ Members: Casualties and losses; 3,000 native Kenyan police and soldiers ...

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  2. 24 de abr. de 2024 · A few weeks later, Harold Macmillan made his "Wind of Change" speech and attitudes within the party began to change. For Field, it was a lesson: political leadership matters.

  3. 13 de mai. de 2024 · Drawing on Macmillans memoirs and diaries, Mangold illuminates some aspects of the complex question of why Macmillan chose to negotiate with de Gaulle when he was always likely to obstruct British accession to the EEC.

  4. 12 de mai. de 2024 · The years covered in Modernity Britain begin with Harold Macmillan succeeding Anthony Eden as PM, and end with the former’s triumph at the 1959 general election.

  5. 14 de mai. de 2024 · Macmillan offered the first substantive consideration of a government role in the economy, a consideration that would become important after the Labour victory of 1945 made it clear Conservatives would need to retool their responses to a new electoral and industrial era.

  6. 5 de mai. de 2024 · After WWII, Labour and Tory governments had competed over which party could build the most social homes to replace inner-city slums: Harold Macmillan made his name by delivering 300,000 homes a...

  7. 13 de mai. de 2024 · Seeking an historic third consecutive term, Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan called a general election for 8 October 1959. Macmillan had succeeded Sir Anthony Eden as prime minister and leader of the Conservative Party in January 1957.