About this event

On Sunday, June 5, The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) will open its doors to celebrate the anniversary of George C. Marshall’s historic speech at Harvard University introducing the Marshall Plan, which provided financial assistance to Europe and helped rebuild it following the devastation of World War II.

Take part as we honor the rich history of our building and the legacy on which GMF stands today—50 years after its founding as a living memorial to the Marshall Plan—and learn more about the initiative's impact on transatlantic relations over the last 75 years to this day.

Light refreshments and snacks will be available. Registration is not required. For questions, please contact Claire Brantley at [email protected].

This event is organized in cooperation with the Truman Library & Museum in Independence, Missouri, which kindly provided the archival materials that will be on display.