Sacks of flour, the first relief supplies from the United States, being unloaded in the port of Piraeus. American and Greek

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Sacks of flour, the first relief supplies from the United States, being unloaded in the port of Piraeus. American Stock Photo
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Sacks of flour, the first relief supplies from the United States, being unloaded in the port of Piraeus. American and Greek
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Sacks of flour, the first relief supplies from the United States, being unloaded in the port of Piraeus. American and Greek flags are displayed. 1947. The U.S. economic aid to the Rightist-Royalist side of the Greek Civil War became the model for the Marshall Plan. - (BSLOC_2014_15_226)