Short films about the creation of the Post WWII Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe. An interim food aid plan preceded the Marshall Plan of 1948. Secretary of State George Marshall speaks. See the video on YouTube.
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On June 5, 1947 America’s greatest peace adventure got started with a speech by Secretary of State George C. Marshall. It was a commencement address at Harvard University. It set in motion a masterful plan to rebuild Europe from the ashes of World War II.
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October 5th, 1947- Secretary of State George C. Marshall talks about hunger in Europe after World War II and food conservation. This was part of a special broadcast which included the first presidential address ever televised from the White House. See the video on YouTube.
A film about the Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe after World War II. See the video on YouTube.
This short video has footage of George Marshall testifying before Congress in January, 1948 about the Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe after World War II. See the video on YouTube.
Secretary of State George Marshall speaking before Congress on November 10, 1947 about the Interim Aid program. Food for the hungry was a critical aspect of this program which preceded the Marshall Plan. See the video on YouTube.
On June 5, 1947, at Harvard University’s graduation, George Marshall delivered a speech calling for the rebuilding of war-devastated Europe. Marshall, the Secretary of State, said the United States had to stand “against hunger, poverty, desperation and chaos.”
Read the full article and watch video at Examiner.com