By L. Butler,S. Stockwell

Harold Macmillan's 'Wind of switch' speech, brought to the South African parliament in Cape city on the finish of a landmark six-week African travel, presaged the tip of the British Empire in Africa. This publication, the 1st to target Macmillan's 'Wind of Change', contains a chain of essays by means of prime historians within the field.

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