Who was George Marshall and what did he have to do with World War 2?
George Marshall was Secretary of State for the U.S. Post-WWII,
Marshall traveled to Europe to determine the amount of money that
was needed to help with the rebuilding of war-torn Europe. His plan
later become to be known as the Marshall Plan. In 1948, the
Marshall Plan financed $4billion to Europe, subsequently in 1951,
the amount was raised to $13billion. He was a leader and made many
changs with the way people did things.
George C. Marshall was an American statesman and soldier known for his leadership roles during and after the World War II.
The desire to rebuild devastated economies after World War 2 resulted in the signing of which document?
Marshall Plan, named after George C. Marshall, who was then US Secretary of State under President Truman. George Marshall was previously the very successful four-star general, Chief of Staff (head) of the US Army in the Second World War. Marshall won the Nobel Peace Prize for the plan and implementation of American rebuilding of western Europe after the war.
Who was the US Chief of staff during World War 2 later Secretary of state and author of an important aid program?
George C. Marshall of the Joint Chiefs of Staff tediously and steadfastly pulled together an Armed Forces that could fight a two front war. He was able to get good fighting men trained and the forces supplied, He also helped with the strategies of many operations. His work contributed to the victory of the Allies. Later he created the Marshall Plan to help restore Europe and plans for the Cold War. He won a Nobel…
What was the name of the policy the US provided money and supplies to aid in the reconstruction of wester Europe following world war 2?
The Marshall Plan devised by former WWII head of the Joint Chief of Staff George Marshall, inaugurated by Harry S. Truman, sent aid to all of the countries of Europe to help rebuild following the war. Truman and Marshall wanted to avoid the mistakes of the Treaty of Versailles after WWI, and begin rebuilding war torn Europe quickly, and without apportioning blame, crippling war reparations, or runaway inflation.