Sixty Five years ago, ‘The Marshall Plan’ for reviving Europe’s economy after World War II, changed the course of history. As Secretary of State after the war, General George Marshall conceived the plan in the wake of the devastation of World War Two. The plan resides here in Virginia and is still studied by leaders and scholars from all over the world.
Now, thanks to help from archivists at Virginia Tech, they won’t have to travel here to see it. Robbie Harris has more.
Learn more at the George C. Marshall Foundation website.