The Marshall Plan was, indeed a loan. No, the Marshall plan was not a loan. It was aid. There were loans made but they were not part of the Marshall Plan itself.
U.S sent money to Europe.
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The Marshall Plan lasted from 1948-1951.
The Marshall Plan was a part of the "containment" policy of the Cold War. The clear intent of the Marshall Plan was to prevent the spread of Communism, and in the case of the Marshall Plan, the prevention of Communism in European countries like Greece and Turkey. The Soviet Union opposed this because the spread of Communism to other countries would extend its control over them.
The Marshall Plan focused on the reconstruction of Europe.
The "Marshall Plan" was made by one person only an ecologist name Art Marshall.
Harry S. Truman was the first president. The inventor of the marshall plan was George Marshall.
The Marshall plan was selected because General Marshall presented his plan to the president and congress. They decided it was the best plan presented. They wanted to get Europe back to work as fast as possible.
The Marshall Plan was intended to prevent the spread of communism into war weakened countries.
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Secretary of state, George Marshall.
A marchial plan is a recovering plan or a developing strategy.
yes, the Marshall plan was successful. It helped make Europe prosperous once again.
the us thought the Marshall plan was ok! by that like they thought it was a good idea!
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The Marshall paln was introduced as a plan to rebuild Europe, more specifically Germany, after WW2
The goal of the Marshall Plan was to rebuild the economies of western Europe to prevent the spread of communism.
Gen George C. Marshall - the Marshall Plan
the Marshall plan continued it by buying and supporting the smaller European countries.
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The Marshall Plan was actually a United States assistance package, not a German one. The U.S. government basically offered loans to countries damaged if not decimated by World War II so that they could rebuild into stable capitalist/democratic countries. The Marshall Plan was motivated in part by a desire to keep Communism at bay in Europe. It also helped American companies since the Marshall Plan money given to European governments was spent on American products, largely. The only country that actually repaid all of its Marshall Plan debt in full was Finland.
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An important result of the Marshall plan was that it marked the beginning of America's regular involvement in Europe.