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Books: Churchill's Gillie

THE BLAST OF WAR 1939-1945 by Harold Macmillan. 623 pages. Harper & Row. $11.95. History has already dimmed the never sharply defined figure of Harold...

Foreign News: The Blowup

"I feel like a lion who discovers that the bear's hug doesn't break his ribs." So said Britain's Prime Minister Harold Macmillan on the first jovial evening of...

Books: SupermacLooks Back

WINDS OF CHANGE by Harold Macmillan. 584 pages. Harper & Row. $10. The Duke of York (who later became King of England) and Thomas Hardy attended his wedding,...

Books: West of Suez

RIDING THE STORM: 1956-1959 by Harold Macmillan. 786 pages. Harper & Row. $15. Faithful readers who have already followed Supermac through three volumes of...

WESTERN EUROPE: Headlines from the Clubroom

Prime Minister Harold Macmillan flew home from Washington last week and ran headlong into a thunderhead of trouble. A press report of his U.S. visit told of...

Great Britain: The Lost Leader

As the House of Commons clock ticked toward starting time for the great debate, there were only two empty seats in the jammed, expectant chamber. The first...

Great Britain: Goodbye to All That

In the House of Commons one afternoon last week, question time had just ended. Members began sauntering away from the crowded government front bench below the...

Foreign News: BRITAIN'S FOREIGN SECRETARY

Harold Macmillan, 61, Eden's successor in the Foreign Office, has long been regarded as the Conservatives' "other" expert on foreign affairs in the House of...

Nation: Jack & Mac

Throughout the week, in the White House and aboard the yacht Honey Fitz, the President of the U.S. and the Prime Minister of Great Britain talked earnestly...

GREAT BRITAIN: The Art of the Practical

(See Cover) Outside Conservative Party headquarters in London's Smith Square, jubilant crowds stumbled over TV cables and shouted noisily at each new...

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