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  1. Há 5 dias · Macmillan seized this opportunity on the night of 10 October 1957. Just not knowing what might unfold. He would have had to change his script to Eisenhower from urging him to force Congress to accept Britain as America’s nuclear ally to explaining what a shame a fire started in Windscale in this very evening.

  2. Há 5 dias · And meritocrats flourished in the media and the arts; Harold Evans, Malcolm Bradbury, Keith Waterhouse, David Bailey and John Thaw to name but five. On the other hand, for all the talk of meritocracy, all but two of Macmillan’s Cabinet had gone to public school, and all but four had gone to Oxbridge; both opposition leaders had gone to Oxford.

  3. Há 20 horas · Harold Macmillan had stood down after a torrid time in which he had sacked a third of his Cabinet, fallen out massively with his former Chancellor, Peter Thorneycroft, and had to deal with what ...

  4. Há 20 horas · 33 See TNA CAB 133/151, C (60) 66, 12 April 1960, Prime Minister’s African tour. Note by the Secretary of the Cabinet. This includes the transcript of Macmillan’s speech p,153–158. And Larry Butler and Sarah Stockwell (eds), The Wind of Change: Harold Macmillan and British Decolonization (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).

  5. Há 2 dias · The hotel became the scene of conferences between the government of George Papandreou and the British delegations headed by Harold Macmillan and later by Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden. The Grande Bretagne was a combination fortress and refugee camp with machine guns set up at the entrance, windows, and hallways.

  6. Há 3 dias · Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s to Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister of Great Britain, upon arrival at Windsor Field in Nassau, The Bahamas. Remarks to Prime Minister Macmillan of Great Britain Upon Arrival at Windsor Field in Nassau, The Bahamas, 18 December 1962 | JFK Library

  7. Há 20 horas · The latest announcement signals a major shift in what Oxford may consider a desirable Chancellor for the current era. Since the 15th Century, the position of Chancellor has near-consistently been held by a Statesman, such as Oliver Cromwell and Harold Macmillan who served as Prime Minister and Chancellor simultaneously.