Essay heading: Foreign Policy Following WWII

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In the Truman Doctrine, then President Truman pledged $400 million in aid to Turkey and Greece in an effort to avert communist takeovers. This served as an open ended offer to nations "to choose between freedom and democracy or terror and oppression" (Stranges, 194). The Marshall Plan was an effort to rebuild 16 nations in Europe...
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The Marshall Plan was an effort to rebuild 16 nations in Europe. $13.326 billion was pledged to Britain, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Turkey, Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, and Austria. In the three years that the Marshall Plan was in effect (1948-51), Western Europe's industrial production increased by 40 percent, earning George Marshall (Truman's Secretary of State) the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953...
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