Wife of William F. Friedman, Elizebeth Friedman played a leading role in cracking criminal and military codes and was a pioneer in government cryptology.

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These subject guides are a collection of primary source material from the Marshall Research Library and Archives, relating to Marshall and various topics.

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100th Infantry Div.
The 100th Infantry Division fought in northeastern France and western Germany, and during its six months of combat, it liberated or captured over 400 towns. Read More
Marshall Plan
The State Department crafted the Marshall Plan concept, which George Marshall shared with the world in a speech on June 5, 1947, at Harvard University. Read More