MARSHALL: Great Generals Series
General George C. Marshall never fired a shot during WWII and led no troops into battle. In 1947, as secretary of state, he created the Marshall Plan, for which he earned the Nobel Peace Prize. His inspiring story is told here. Photos.
Item #: 1841661
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