The Marshall Plan and Its Impacts
The Marshall Plan was a European Recovery Program that was intended to rebuild the economies and spirits of Western Europe. This was also used to restore political stability in Western Europe and stop advances of communism in that region.
The Marshall Plan was also known as the ERP, or the European Recovery Program. The Plan basically describes itself, where it aided Western European countries rebuild their country and their economy after World War II. The funding took place in 1947 until it ended in 1951.
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