Progress of reconstruction and economic development in Great Britain with U.S. Marshall aid.
United Kingdom Date:1951 Duration:3 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
The Marshall Plan at work in Great Britain. Newly built British Vauxhall cars drive past on a road. Buildings in the background. British Vauxhall cars lined up at a dock for export. A ship at the dock. Grain flowing down a chute from a ship to a shore British food goods on sale at shops in the U.S. Traffic on the streets of New York City. A late 1940's Jaguar convertible automobile parked in front of a car dealership. A man and a woman seated in the parked Jaguar car. British goods on display. Plummer Glass on 5th Avenue. 'British Tweeds Ltd.' written on a building Church's English Shoes storefront in Manhattan. A woman buys clothes from a shop. Different British goods shops in the U.S. People and traffic on the streets. Goods being loaded in a ship. Ships at a Thames shipyard and cranes for loading the ships, with London Bridge in the background. Men and woman play bowling in a field area. Men and women enter a British pub and drink while seated at the bar tables. British workers and pedestrians crossing a bridge while double decker buses and trucks move by on the road beside. A train crosses a bridge.
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