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Video: The Marshall Plan to Rebuild Europe After World War II

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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Video: Food Stamps During World War II

A short excerpt from a World War II film produced by the Department of Agriculture. It shows the new food stamp program made available to needy persons during the war. See the video on YouTube.

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President Kennedy announces the UN World Food Program to fight global hunger

President Kennedy, at a press conference in April of 1961, announcing the creation of the UN World Food Program to fight hunger. See the video at YouTube.

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Video: President Kennedy Signs the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

President John F. Kennedy signing the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty in 1963. The treaty banned nuclear testing in the atmosphere, underwater and outerspace. Underground testing would continue but the treaty was a first step toward the not yet achieved goal of ending all nuclear testing. See the video on YouTube.

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School Meals Win the Peace: From World War II to Today

The short film Ending Child Hunger: School Lunches for Kids Around the World. This short film takes you back to World War II era and into today.  See the video on YouTube.

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Video: President Eisenhower discusses the Geneva Conference and Open Skies

President Dwight Eisenhower discusses the July, 1955 Geneva Conference and his Open Skies peace proposal to the Soviet Union. See the video on YouTube.

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Video: The Marshall Plan at Work in Great Britain

Video of the Marshall Plan reconstruction in Great Britain after World War II. See the video on YouTube.

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