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[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris]

[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris]

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[SAAR Story] - [Pipeline for SAAR Gas to Bring Fuel to Paris] - [FRA-5507 through FRA-5511 (See also FRA-5492 through FRA-5495, FRA-5497, and FRA-5501 through FRA-5503)]

Another Time-traveling album: Life of a Marshall plan Secretary in Paris. Paris through the eyes of an American working for the Paris headquarters of The Marshall Plan administration for France, 1949-1953.



1948 - 1957




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