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Europe following World War Two was in economic ruin. Six years of fighting had left the economies of Europe devastated. To counter-act this, United States State Department developed "The Marshall Plan" (officially known as the European Recovery Program), which involved the United States giving $17 billion in economic support to European countries following the war. The plan was put into action in April 1948, and helped spur on an incredible recovery of Europe's economies.


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The Marshall Plan (officially the European Recovery Program or the ERP) .


Following World War II, the United States funneled approximately $12 billion in loans, credits and trade agreements directed towards the recovery of Europe via the Marshall Plan. The expectation was to extract the maximum in political as well as eventually economic benefits.



Europe was still picking up from the Second World War but on its way to recovery. However, the United States was near its peak in world economic dominance. The 50s is often considered one of the most prosperous periods in American history.



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The European recovery was hindered by many things. They included war, political conflict, and poor economic conditions on the heels of World War II.


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The Marshall Plan was presented in a meeting to the United Nations and Europe. The Marshall Plan provided assistance and loans to the desperate European nations.


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To keep Germany from becoming part of the Soviet Union.


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The Marshall Plan or European Economic Recovery Plan was allegedly created to bring Europe back to prewar economic status after the devastation of World War II. The real intent, however, was for a unified Western Europed the Soviet Union. Term the United States knew the Soviet Union would have no choice but to reject (such as no communist influence) were deliberately included. As a result, the Soviet Union rejected the plan and was denied recovery funds. In the long run, this may have decided the outcome of the Cold War.


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