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When the Marshall Plane came to the rescue in rebuilding Europe, the Soviets knew their days on influence in post-war Western Europe were coming to a close because they couldn't possibly match it.

"Colonel Sergei Tulpanov (1901 - 1987), head of the Soviet propaganda department, told a Berlin meeting of German Communist and Socialist leaders that American monopoly capitalists were seeking to gain control of Germany and that the U.S. should now be considered 'the enemy.'"

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The Soviet Reaction to the Marshall Plan (Pathfinder Magazine, 1947)

The Soviet Reaction to the Marshall Plan (Pathfinder Magazine, 1947)

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