Sound (English), b&w, 11+ min. Ancient ruins; war wreckage in harbor; rebuilding shipyards and port equipment; unloading ERP equipment from U.S. ships; rebuilt Corinth Canal; Greek workers rebuilding locomotives. R2: Locomotive moves out of plant and along route; mountainous roads; wrecked village caused by Communist raiders and people living in the wrecked buildings; woman and child clear rubble; construction of modern buildings; young boy rings school bell and children rush into modern school; plowing with U.S. mules and bulldozers; workers spray vineyards; building small dams and irrigation canals; Greek youths being trained in machine shops; repairing and servicing Greek airline planes; planes from other countries at airport; plane in flight tilts down toward ancient ruins. 1950. Director: James Hill, Producer: Jim Mellor. Script by Arthur Calder Marshall, narration by Jack Ralph. Produced by Editorial Film Productions Ltd, London, for ECA/OSR. NB: See “THE MARSHALL PLAN AT WORK (series)” for more information.