U THANT & MICHAEL STEWART The press interviews United Nations Secretary General U Thant and British Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart, who "wishes U Thant well and assures him the full and enthusiastic support of the British government for what he's seeking to do."
PRIME MINSTER WILSON AND PREMIER SMITH MEET - 1965 Britiah Prime Minister Harold Wilson and Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith meet to negotiate Rhodesia's independence from Britain while hordes of reporters and photographers crowd around them. Britian refused to grant independence because the white government in Rhodesia was refusing to allow blacks to vote.
PRIME MINISTER WILSON ARRIVES IN RHODESIA - 1965 British Prime Minister Harold Wilson arrives in Rhodesia hoping to negotiate terms with Premier Ian Smith over the country's independence from British rule. Wilson refused to grant independence because Premier Smith and the white minority government resisted extending the vote to the majority black population.
MAURITIUS INDEPENDENCE CONFERENCE Demonstrators quietly rally independence for Mauritius, while politicians (including Anthony Greenwood) meet to discuss splitting the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius to form the British Indian Ocean Territory circa 1965.
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