Definition of Marshall, George Catlett in English:

Marshall, George Catlett

Syllabification: Mar·shall, George Catlett
Pronunciation: /ˈmärSHəl
( 1880–1959), US general and statesman. A career army officer, he served as chief of staff 1939–45 during World War II. As secretary of state 1947–49, he initiated the program of economic aid to European countries known as the Marshall Plan. Nobel Peace Prize (1953).

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