Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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“I’ll Do My Best” - General Marshall
Russia Holds First Party For Big Four
General George Marshall
Scene in the White House office of President Truman (right) as he congratulated America's top military leader in World War II, Gen. George Marshall, (left), on being sworn in as Secretary of State, while retiring Secretary James F. Byrnes looks on approvingly.
U.S. Secretary of State, George C. Marshall, center, shakes hands with May 7, 1947 Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M. Molotov, on arrival at first party given for the delegates to the Big Four Conference in Moscow. At left is Molotov's daughter.
At the American Ambassador's residence in London U.S. Secretary of Stale George C. Marshall and Foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov of Russia hold a private get-together in an attempt to reach an agreement on the question of the future of Germany. Radiophoto shows them toasting the future.
German youngsters at Stuttgart "go to town" on a special mean provided by an American relief agency, which is part of the European Recovery Program proposed by President Truman which will cost 17 billion dollars over the next 4-1/2 years, or about one-fifth the cost of the last war.
Marshall Asks For Whole Plan Or None
Secretary of State George C. Marshall, caught by the camera in three attitudes as her appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to ask support of full 4-year program - or nothing. Left; listening to question. Center; speaking into the microphone. Right: reading his prepared statement.
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