An engaging and active lesson which examines the Truman Doctrine and Marshall Aid and how it divides Europe. Students create a fact file, before meeting those people influenced by US money in Europe. As they meet the various characters they begin to understand the implications of the doctrine. A booklet with various tasks related to the people they meet is included, with a range of activities. The lesson draws to a close when the class use their booklets to attempt two longer style questions about how the Truman Doctrine and Marshall Aid divided Europe.
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