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George C. Marshall (1880–1959)

George C. Marshall was born on December 31, 1880 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, USA as George Catlett Marshall. He was married to Katherine Brown and Elizabeth Carter Coles. He died on October 16, 1959 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. See full bio »

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 1994 George Marshall & the American Century (TV Movie documentary)
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 1953 See It Now (TV Series documentary)
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- Episode #3.7 (1953) ... Himself (as George Marshall)
- Episode #2.38 (1953) ... Himself (as George Marshall)
 1952 Victory at Sea (TV Series documentary)
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- Guadalcanal (1952) ... Himself
 1951 Red Cross Fund Program (TV Movie)
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 1945 Two Down and One to Go (Documentary short)
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 1945/XIII Universal Newsreel (Documentary short)
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 1944 It's Your War Too (Documentary short)
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1 Biographical Movie | 12 Print Biographies | 14 Portrayals | 1 Article | 2 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »


Alternate Names:

General George Marshall | George Marshall
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We have walked blindly, ignoring the lessons of the past, with, in our century, the tragic consequences of two world wars and the Korean struggle as a result. See more »

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Pictured on the 20¢ US postage stamp in the original Prominent Americans series, issued 24 October 1967. See more »

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Capricorn

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