Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission

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The Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission is the non-departmental public body responsible for administering the Marshall Scholarship and Marshall Sherfield Fellowship schemes. It was created by the British Parliament's Marshall Aid Commemoration Act 1953 in recognition of the Marshall Plan. The British Government appoints the ten Commissioners.[1]

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