George Marshall

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Noun1.George Marshall - United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State organized the European Recovery Program (1880-1959)George Marshall - United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State organized the European Recovery Program (1880-1959)
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Div 2 - 1 Bill Cook (16) 36 pts; 2 George Marshall (14) 36 pts; 3 Robert Hamilton (13) 35 pts.
What transpired in the discussions was summed up in the envoy's message of the same date to Secretary of State, George Marshall, saying: 'As regards the second point; that of financial assistance to meet the operating expenses of the government, the minister said the burden of protecting India had been placed on Pakistan, at least the burden of protecting the north-western frontier which is the only possible source of danger.
Group Commander George Marshall, from Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue service, said: "We are currently dealing with an on-going incident in Bromsgrove involving a gas leak.
George Marshall was one of the most decorated military leaders in American history because of his valiant service during World War II.
As announced by State Secretary George Marshall, it entailed the pouring of huge financial and technical assistance and was also intended to arrest the creeping threat of communism, much like the Daesh extremist ideology which now haunts us.
in the finest spirit of what George Marshall stood for.
Summary: Seventy years ago Monday, Secretary of State George Marshall delivered a Harvard commencement day address that became the framework for what we call the "Marshall Plan" for European recovery.
1947: US Secretary of State George Marshall announced the Marshall Plan to help Europe recover from near-bankruptcy following the war.
My history lesson has a modern day point, but first consider how the US authorities responded to this dilemma back in the late 1940s: 1) The current account deficit of all European economies was backstopped through funds provided under an economic plan championed by US Secretary of State George Marshall.
McNair, during this time at West Point, Devers came to the attention of George Marshall, and his career skyrocketed.
His father was George Marshall, a blast furnace man at Dorman Long.
The clip of footage comes from film acquired by local historian George Marshall who hails from Gateshead, but is currently a serving officer with the Metropolitan Police.