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Answers.com: Harold Macmillan
- Entries from several quality OUP reference books, the Britannica Concise Encyclopedia and the Columbia Encyclopedia.
BBC History: Harold Macmillan
- Biography with links to articles on related historic figures and events.
BBC On This Day: Harold Macmillan dies
- News of the former Prime Minister's death on December 29, 1986; includes video footage.
BBC On This Day: Macmillan becomes Prime Minister
- News of Macmillans's appointment on January 10, 1957, with timeline and background information.
BBC On This Day: Macmillan speaks of 'wind of change' in Africa
- Report of Macmillan's controversial speech on February 3, 1960, with timeline and background information.
Gresham College: Leadership and Change: Prime Ministers in the Post-War World - Macmillan
- Lecture by Richard Thorpe with response by David Faber. Full text, audio and video files.
The Guardian: Harold Macmillan - Unflappable master of the middle way
- Obituary by Vernon Bogdanor, with many biographical details.
InfoBritain: Harold Macmillan
- Biographical article.
Telegraph: Supermac: the Life of Harold Macmillan by D R Thorpe
- Harold Macmillan could not cope with the Sixties, says Simon Heffer as he analyses D R Thorpe's new biography, Supermac. (September 24, 2010)
The Independent: Harold Macmillan, By Charles Williams
- Kenneth Morgan's review of the biography. (July 17, 2009)
The Sunday Times: Harold Macmillan by Charles Williams
- Dominic Sandbrook's review of Charles Wiliams's biography of Harold Macmillan. (May 31, 2009)
Remembering Harold Macmillan
- George Wedd reviews Charles Williams's biography. Originally published in the Contemporary Review. (January 30, 1987)
Time: Britain: A Leader for the Last Days of Empire, Harold Macmillan: 1894-1986
- A look at Macmillan's life after his death. (January 02, 1987)
- How Macmillan reorganized his cabinet and earned the name 'Mac the Knife' in 1962. (July 20, 1962)
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