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Title Macmillan's Wind of Change speech in South Africa
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1960
Document Type Report
Library The National Archives
Reference PREM 11/4937
Region Africa, South Asia
Names Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, H. F. Verwoerd, Prime Minister of Union of South Africa
Places South Africa, Cape Town, Johannesburg, West Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Malaya, Ceylon, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan
Topics government papers, government reports, colonial government, decolonization, cabinet papers, British colonial policy, Parliament of the Union of South Africa, "Wind of change", heavy industry, trade, Iron and Steel Corporation, wine industry, economic progress, balance of trade between the UK and South Africa, nationalism in Asia and Africa, independence movements, Communism, East-West division of world politics, role of Christianity, justice system, Scottish relationship with South Africa, Church of Scotland, Church of Netherlands, interdependence of nations in world economy, relations with Soviet Union, boycotts of South African goods, Bantu, status of Whiteman in Africa, South Africa as representative of the Whiteman in Africa, South Africa as a White state
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