Whither Africa? 1960

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Item title reads - Whither Africa?

Intertitle - 'Premier's tour spotlights hopes and fears of Commonwealth countries in Africa.'

Sequence of Harold Macmillan leaving London Airport (Heathrow) with daughter of Ghana High Commissioner at the start of his tour of Africa. Map of Africa...



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