Harold Macmillan

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Person.png Harold Macmillan   Powerbase SpartacusRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
BornMaurice Harold Macmillan
Belgravia, Middlesex, England
Died1986-12-29 (Age 92)
Chelwood Gate, East Sussex, England
Alma materBalliol College (Oxford)
Children • Maurice Macmillan
• Caroline Faber
• Catherine Amery
• Sarah Heath
SpouseLady Dorothy Cavendish

Employment.png UK Prime Minister

In office
10 January 1957 - 18 October 1963
Preceded byAnthony Eden

Employment.png Leader of the Conservative Party Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
10 January 1957 - 18 October 1963
Preceded byAnthony Eden
Succeeded byAlec Douglas-Home

Employment.png Chancellor of the Exchequer Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
20 December 1955 - 13 January 1957
Preceded byRab Butler
Succeeded byPeter Thorneycroft

Employment.png Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
7 April 1955 - 20 December 1955
Preceded byAnthony Eden

Employment.png UK/Minister of Defence

In office
19 October 1954 - 7 April 1955
Succeeded bySelwyn Lloyd

Employment.png UK/Minister of Housing and Local Government

In office
30 October 1951 - 19 October 1954

Employment.png Secretary of State for Air

In office
25 May 1945 - 26 July 1945

Employment.png Minister Resident in Northwest Africa

In office
30 December 1942 - 25 May 1945

Employment.png Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies

In office
4 February 1942 - 30 December 1942

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Bromley

In office
14 November 1945 - 16 October 1964

Employment.png Member of the House of Lords Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
24 February 1984 - 29 December 1986

Harold Macmillan was UK Prime Minister from 10 January 1957 to 18 October 1963.


Harold Macmillan, is one of only 4 UK Prime ministers who did not attend a Bilderberg conference since the group was set up.[1] His son, Maurice Macmillan attended the 1979 Bilderberg


Event Participated in

1948 Hague Congress7 May 194811 May 1948The Hague
Landmark conference which had a profound influence on the shape of the European Movement. Many of the groups organizing the conference received covert funding from the CIA.
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  1. The non-attending UK PMs included his 2 immediate predecessors, Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden as well as John Major and Boris Johnson).

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