Marshall Plan

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Marshall Plan

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(Historical Terms) a programme of US economic aid for the reconstruction of post-World War II Europe (1948–52). Official name: European Recovery Programme
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Noun1.Marshall Plan - a United States program of economic aid for the reconstruction of Europe (1948-1952); named after George Marshall
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Assuming that the committee members accepted the need for aid, Marshall explained that special presidential committees had already determined the economic capability of the United States to support the European Recovery Plan, although sacrifices would be required.
The somewhat hazy glow around Marshall brightened this June when the general was remembered for launching the European Recovery Plan that bears his name 40 years ago at a Harvard commencement speech.
The speech, given at Harvard University on 5 June 1947 initiated the post-World War II European Recovery Plan or the Marshall Plan as it is frequently known.
Background & policy context : The Green eMotion project is part of the European Green Cars Initiative (EGCI) that was launched within the context of the European Recovery Plan.

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