People get work and production increases in different sectors after the implementation of the Marshall Plan in Europe.
Europe Date:1950 Duration:6 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary depicts the effect of the Marshall Plan on the lives of people during the first year of its implementation in Europe. A ship at a dock. Men unload sulphur from the ship. A framers sprays sulpahte in a field. A boat underway. Norwegian fishermen aboard the boat are fishing. A fishing net in water. Fishes in the net. A fisherman empties a box containing fishes. People at work in a canning industry. A woman puts different chemicals to preserve the fishes. Women pack fishes in cans. The packed cans on display in a shop. A woman buys packed fish cans. The packed cans on a table. A man selling spaghetti in Italy. Cattle at a dairy. Tractors in front of a house. A man sits on a tractor. Animated map shows export of tractors from the U.S. to France. Animation depicts contribution of the people for the recovery program. A man ploughs a field with the help of a tractor. A power plant in France. Men at work in the plant. Men construct highways with the help of modern machinery in Greece. Men at work. Construction of new houses for homeless people. Men at work. A man makes shoes. People at work in a shoe factory. Shoes at display in a shop. A man looks at the displayed shoes. Increase in production in different sectors after the implementation of the Marshall Plan. Food kept on a table. Coal production increased to 11%. Textile production increased to 18%. Steel production increased to 40%. A train moves on tracks. A man plays with his unemployed friends. A family eating food. A French family eating food. Members of a union seated around a table. A coal miner works in a mine. A man ploughs a filed.
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