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Marshall Plan Convention 1948 Featured Print

Marshall Plan Convention 1948

US Secretary of State George C. Marshall (L, 1880-1959) is pictured during a reception at London US embassy on November 02, 1948 with (L to R) Mrs Churchill, wife of US Ambassador in Great Britain Mrs Lewis Douglas, Mrs James Douglas, US Ambassador in Great Britain Lewis Douglas, Miss Sharman Douglas, James Douglas, Mrs George Marshall and former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.
After the conference in Moscow with British, French, and Soviet counterparts in March-April 1947, US Secretary of State George C. Marshall had observed the growing economic collapse of Europe and the obvious intent of Soviet Russia to benefit from that collapse. He had returned to Washington thinking that the best way to avoid this was to prevent Europe's economic, social, and political deterioration by creating a European program with massive assistance from the United States. One year later, in April 1948, President Truman, a Democratic president, signed the Foreign Assistance Act, passed by a Republican controlled Congress, to establish what became known as the Marshall Plan. / AFP PHOTO / RENE HELIER

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France-Fevrier 1934 Featured Print

France-Fevrier 1934

Des passants lisent des affiches proclamant "la patrie en danger" Paris la suite des meutes du 6 fvrier 1934. Ce mouvement faisait suite au scandale de l'affaire Stavisky, une vaste affaire d'escroquerie pour laquelle les dirigeants des ligues des Croix de feu et les associations d'anciens combattants avaient dcid d'organiser une manifestation le jour mme o Edouard Daladier devait faire sa dclaration ministrielle devant la Chambre. Aux cris de "A bas les voleurs", les manifestants se regrouprent place de la Concorde. Le service d'ordre, dbord et laiss sans directives par le prfet de police, tira sur la foule, faisant une vingtaine de morts et une centaine de blesss. Cette manifestation sera suivie le 12 fvrier par un rassemblement unitaire communiste et socialiste organis pour dnoncer la menace fasciste et considr comme prcurseur du Front populaire de juin 1936. AFP PHOTO (Photo by PIGISTE / FRANCE PRESSE VOIR / AFP)

Ernest Miller Hemingway visits Venice in 1948 with wife, Mary Welsh Featured Print

Ernest Miller Hemingway visits Venice in 1948 with wife, Mary Welsh

Ernest Miller Hemingway visits Venice in 1948 with his third wife, Mary Welsh. American novelist and war correspondent, he settled in Paris where he was correspondent of the Toronto Star, it is at that time that he published in 1925 his first book "In our time", collection of 15 news. Passing bullfighting and lover of Spain whose civil war inspired his greatest popular success "For Whom the Bell Tolls & quot; (1940), Hemmingway opted for "the inevitable reality, the only thing a man can be sure of, the only certainty." Betting his main books: The Sun Rises Up Also & quot; (1926), & quot; The Snows of Kilimanjaro & quot; (1927), & quot; The Old Man & the Sea & quot; (1952). He committed suicide in 1961. / AFP PHOTO
Ernest Miller Hemingway visite Venise en 1948 accompagn de sa troisime pouse, Mary Welsh. Romancier et correspondant de guerre amricain, il s'installa Paris o il fut correspondant du Star de Toronto, c'est cette poque qu'il publia en 1925 son premier livre "In our time", recueil de 15 nouvelles. Passionn de corrida et amoureux de l'Espagne dont la guerre civile inspira son plus grand succs populaire "For Whom the Bell Tolls" (1940), Hemmingway optait pour "l'invitable ralit, la seule chose dont un homme puisse tre sr, la seule certitude. Pari ses principaux livres : 3le Soleil se lve Aussi" (1926), "Les Neiges du Kilimandjaro" (1927), "Le Viel Homme et la Mer" (1952). Il se suicida en 1961. / AFP PHOTO

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