Marshall Plan

Marshall Plan

The Marshall Plan, officially known as the European Recovery Program, was introduced by the United States in 1948 to aid the economic recovery of war-torn Europe. Through substantial financial investments, this program contributed to the reconstruction of infrastructure, currency stabilization, and industrial production growth in many European countries.


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Marshall Plan

written by Prof. Wojciech Roszkowski, edited by Prof. Peer Vries and Dr Nathan Marcus