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Title The next ten years in Africa 1
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1958-1959
Document Type Report, Manuscript
Library The National Archives
Reference PREM 11/2587
Region Africa
Names Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, Foster Dulles, Selwyn Lloyd, A. Lennox-Boyd, P. F. de Zulueta, Sir Frederick Hoyer-Miller, W. P. W. Barnes, T. J. Bligh, Sir Norman Brook
Places Nigeria, Kingdom of Buganda, Ghana, Congo, South Africa
Topics government papers, government reports, colonial government, cabinet papers, decolonization, end of empire, British colonial policy, discussions on the future of Africa, discussions with France, the United States of America and Belgium, education, universities in Africa, role of Christianity, impact of European Economic Community and the Treaty of Rome on Africa, trade, Board of Trade, constitutional reform, racial tension, desire for new governments to be favourable to the West, exploitation of Africa's mineral resources, language
Copyright The National Archives