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Soldier: Organizer of World War II Victory
Statesman: Architect of the Marshall Plan
Humanitarian: Recipient of the 1953 Nobel Peace Prize
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A fully private non-profit, the Foundation was founded in 1953 to ensure that George C. Marshall’s example will never be forgotten. Through a world-class research library, public programs, educational initiatives, and a host of digital offerings, it is the leading institution documenting one of the most important Americans of the twentieth century.
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.
The mission of the George C. Marshall Research Library is collecting, preserving, and making available a documented record of the life and public service career of Gen. Marshall, and others of his time.
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Learn about previous recipients of the George C. Marshall Foundation Award, the Andrew J. Goodpaster Award, and the George C. Marshall Foundation Humanitarian Award.