How the Marshall Plan rebuilt Europe after World War II
Historian Mark Stoler tells a Minnesota History Center audience the story of George C. Marshall, the Secretary of State after World War II, whose plan to rebuild Europe after the war is considered one of America's greatest diplomatic triumphs. Marshall outlined his idea in a June 5, 1947 speech at Harvard University.
- Mark Stoler: Emeritus professor of history, University of Vermont. Author of numerous books including, "George C. Marshall: Soldier-Statesman of the American Century." Editor of the Marshall Papers.