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I. Primary Sources
A. Manuscript Collections and Government Archives
Foreign Affairs Oral History Program (FAOHP), Georgetown University
Washington, D.C. (copies also deposited at George C. Marshall Library)
Everett Bellows (February 1989)
David S. Brown (March 1989)
Vincent V. Checchi (July 1990)
Lincoln Gordon (January 1988)
John J. Grady (August 1989)
William Parks (November 1988)
Melbourne Spector (December 1988)
Joseph Toner (October 1989)
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
W. Averell Harriman Papers
George C. Marshall Library, Lexington, Virginia
Dowsley Clark Collection
European Recovery Plan Commemoratives Collection
William C. Foster Papers
George C. Marshall Papers
Marshall Plan Photograph Collection
Forrest Pogue Interviews (Paul Hoffman and John McCloy)
Harry B. Price Interviews (conducted 1952–54)
ECA and OEEC
Leland Barrows
Richard M. Bissell
Samuel Board
Harlan Cleveland
H. Van B. Cleveland
John O. Coppock
Glenn Craig
D. A. Fitzgerald
William C. Foster
Theodore Geiger
Lincoln Gordon
W. Averell Harriman
Carroll Hinman
Paul Hoffman
E. N. Holmgren
John Lindeman
Shaw Livermore
Robert Marjolin
Orbun V. Powell
MacDonald Salter
Melbourne Spector
Harold Stein
Donald C. Stone
Allan Swim
Samuel Van Hyning
Greece (Americans)
Michael H. B. Adler
Leland Barrows
Dowsley Clark
John O. Coppock
Helene Granby
Joseph F. Heath
Robert Hirschberg
Paul A. Jenkins
Brice M. Mace
Lawrence B. Myers
Walter E. Packard
Paul R. Porter
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Greece (Americans—continued)
Alan D. Strachan
Edward A. Tenenbaum
John O. Walker
Greece (Greeks)
Costa Hadjiagyras
Constantin D. Tsatsos
Italy (Americans)
Vincent M. Barnett
William E. Corfitzen
Henry J. Costanzo
Bartlett Harvey
Thomas A. Lane
Dominic J. Marcello
Walter C. McAdoo
Guido Nadzo
Chauncey Parker
Donald Simmons
James Toughill
Italy (Italians)
Giovanni Malagodi
Donato Menichella
Ernesto Rossi
Turkey (Americans)
Clifton H. Day
Leon Dayton
Dewain L. Delp
Russell H. Dorr
Thomas Flanagan
Gideon Hadary
Lawrence J. Hall
George McGhee
Alonzo E. Taylor
Irene Walker
Henry W. Wiens
Turkey (Turks)
Cemal Bark
Heyder Bey
Sefik Bilkur
Fuat Koprulu
Ahmet Emin Yalman
Bulent Yazici
West Germany (Americans)
F. M. Bianco
Carl Bode
Lucius D. Clay
E. J. Epstine
Michael Harris
Carl R. Mahder
Martin Tank
Harry C. Thomas
West Germany (Germans)
Karl Albrecht
Franz Blücher
Hans W. Buttner
Gunther Harkort
Paul Hertz
Friedrich Wesemann
Harry B. Price Papers
James A. Van Fleet Papers
C. Tyler Wood Papers
National Archives and Records Administration II, College Park, Maryland
Record Group 469—Records of U.S. Foreign Assistance Agencies,
1948–61
National Agricultural Library, U.S. Department of Agriculture History Collection,
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National Security Archive, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
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Gianni Agnelli (Italy)
Marianne Debouzy (France)
Theodore Geiger
George McGhee
James Warren
Mark Wyatt
Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Missouri,Oral History Collection
(also on web at www.trumanlibrary.org/oralhist).
Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA)
Richard M. Bissell (July 1971)
David K. E. Bruce (March 1972)
Thomas K. Finletter (January 1972)
Dennis A. Fitzgerald (June 1971)
Lincoln Gordon (July 17 and 22, 1975)
W. Averell Harriman (1971)
Hubert F. Havlik (June 1973)
Paul G. Hoffman (October 1964)
Milton Katz (July 1975)
W. John Kenney (November 1971)
Charles P. Kindleberger (July 1973)
Shaw Livermore (March 1974)
Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC)
Gerard Bauer (Switzerland, July 1970)
Sir Alexander Cairncross (U.K., June 1970)
Sir Frank Figgures (U.K., August 1970)
Knut Getz Wold (Norway, May 1964)
Sir Edmund Hall-Patch (U.K., June 1964)
Robert Marjolin (France, May 1964 and July 1971)
Roger Ockrent (Belgium, July 1971)
Sir Eric Roll (U.K., August 1970)
Baron Jean-Charles Snoy (Belgium, May 1964 and June 1970)
Dirk U. Stikker (Netherlands, April 1964 and July 1970)
Erik von Sydow (Sweden, July 1970)
Ernst H. van der Beugel (Netherlands, June 1964)
Contemporary European Officials
Klas E. Book (Sweden, July 1970)
Herve De Gruben (Belgium, May 1964)
Per Haekkerup (Denmark, May 1964)
Etienne Hirsch (France, June 1970)
Thorkil Kristensen (Denmark, April 1964)
Halvard M. Lange (Norway, May 1964)
Jules Moch (France, April 1970)
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Leland Barrows (January 1971)
Theodore Christidis (July 1970)
Constantinos Doxiadis (May 1964)
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Paul R. Porter (November 1971)
William M. Rountree (September 1989)
Constantine Tsaldaris (May 1964)
Country Study: Italy
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Franco Mattei (May 1964)
Giuseppe Pella (August 1964)
Country Study: Bizonia and West Germany
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Hans-Georg Sachs (May 1964)
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B. Memoirs, Autobiographies, and Eyewitness Accounts
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Harriman, W. Averell. “The Marshall Plan: Self-Help and Mutual Aid,” Foreign
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Hirschman, Albert O. Crossing Boundaries. Cambridge, Mass., 1998. Chapter 2—
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Kaplan, Jacob J., and Gunther Schleiminger. The European Payments Union:
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II. Secondary Sources
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III. Country Studies
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