General George C. Marshall, an important member of the Truman administration during key moments in the war, provided the clearest reflection on the POW issue in a letter he wrote to General William Dean, the war’s most well-known POW, in 1953.
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.
Wife of William F. Friedman, Elizebeth Friedman played a leading role in cracking criminal and military codes and was a pioneer in government cryptology.
These guides are a collection of primary source material from the Marshall Research Library and Archives, relating to Marshall and various topics.