Improvement of miners, condition of mines and factories and civilians of war affected countries of Europe, by Marshall Plan.
Europe Date:1948 Duration:12 min 37 sec Sound:Yes
Documentary titled 'Me and Mr. Marshall' depicts developments of coal mines in Germany and aid to other European nations affected by World War II. Coal miners dig deep in a coal mine. Volunteers awarded at a ceremony. Volunteers board a train and proceed for work at coal mines. Volunteers eat food, give their shoe size, under go training on mine machinery. Miners on lift move underground. Miners at end of the day walk out tired and blackened by coal dust, from a mine. Hot shower after work. Salary given to workers for a day's work. Newspapers read about Marshall Plan. General George C. Marshall speaks his plans at a meeting in Washington DC, America. Ruined buildings and factories, wrecked harbor, refugees in tenements after the World War II. Buildings, monuments and bridges in London and Eiffel Tower and other buildings and civilians on roads at Paris, Kremlin in Moscow, USSR. Map shows countries under Marshall recovery plan. Meetings of leaders of nations adopting Marshall plan. Ruins of industries of Germany. Workers at a factory. Miners take a horse inside a coal mine. Empty coal cars at a German coal mine. Men push coal cars full with mined coal out from mine, on rails. U.S. Congress and President Harry Truman in Washington DC approve the Marshall plan and provide monitory aid to other European countries. Workers in a factory. Harbor, fruit and vegetable market, coal cars and machinery at a coal mine under normal operation under the plan.
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