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At the End of the Day

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Rt Hon Harold Macmillan in conversation with ROBERT MCKENZIE
The first of two programmes in which HAROLD MACMILLAN talks publicly for the first time about the events of 1961-1963, his last years as Prime Minister.
He faced many problems: the Common Market negotiations; economic difficulties and political unpopularity; threats from Khrushchev to Berlin and Cuba; the Profumo case; and finally his own sudden illness and resignation.
This week he describes the background to de Gaulle's veto; his 1962 Cabinet changes which came to be known as ' the night of the long knives'; the Cuba crisis when the third world war seemed imminent; his close friendship with President Kennedy; and the successful signing of the Test Ban Treaty.
Film editor ROGER GUERTIN Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Harold MacMillan
Unknown: Robert McKenzie
Talks: Harold MacMillan
Editor: Roger Guertin
Producer: Margaret Douglas

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